Quote Originally Posted by HermanAB View Post
"No surprises. No Wayland. No Unity. No netplan. No Snapd. I miss releases that were stable, without surprises and without foolish changes." - I'm sorry to say, but if you want stability, then you should use Slackware or OpenBSD, not Ubuntu.
I did run Slackware for about a decade, after moving off SLS. Slackware was the easier release. I don't miss the lack of package management. APT is really good. 20.04 will help me determine which servers we choose for the next round of upgrades. If netplan is still broken and snapd are forced, we'll be leaving Canonical. So long and thanks for the memories. Their goals and our goals don't seem to align any longer.

BSD needs much better hypervisor support to be considered.