Even our good old friend Jack Wallen wrote a favourable piece about Namib for Linux.Com, the News for the Open Source Professional which everyone can read. 😉 That’s the true spirit of open source. 😉
Pheeew, seems for once Orca isn’t the lonely caller in the desert but many other Linux users, many of them professionals, share her opinion and love for this n00bie friendly Arch Linux operating system. Mhm, it really is that good. And the coolest thing is that it’s not different from other Linuxes in any way. At least not different from other Arches. Only in so far that it makes your life easy. Easier, more stable and faster than my former fave OS, Manjaro. With its Mate desktop environment it looks and feels and operates identical to Manjaro, to Mint, to Ubuntu Mate and many other distros. But with Namib you’re buying into the good feeling that you’re on a better, more recent, faster and more luxurious system than most others can deliver.
Ugh, let me go for broke here: Namib GNU/Linux gets the Orca Seal of Approval as a n00bie friendly operating system! I mean it. Really. If you can manage to install Linux Mint (as even my 40 years departed granny can do) you should be able to install and ultimately enjoy the goodness of Namib as well. So, basta!