I recently installed
void-live-x86_64-musl-20170220-xfce.iso and have the following comments:
- Wi-Fi network configured in Void Live should be used, or at least offered, in Installer.
- The installer offers to, but does not actually, create a non-root user. [Bug report]
- Bluetooth is common now on laptops, and so should be automatically detected and appropriate drivers installed.
- Ditto for other laptop hardware monitors/managers like battery-panel widgets.
- A screensaver is not installed by default. It took some time to fgure out why
CTRL+ALT+DELwas not working.
hwclockdo not agree when the system is set to
localtime. [Discussion thread]
And finally, my two cents on user-friendliness and user freedom
- Hardware should be configured and presented in the desktop environment.
- User apps are what should be left alone.
- Security is a mainly grey area - firewalls, hardening installed apps, secure defaults - these are all tradeoffs between security and convenience/knowledge and so primarily (not exlcusively) depends on the individual.