I’ve been using Clear Linux on and off for a bit now, not because it best fits my needs as an end user, but because it is the only distro outside of Debian that supports my wifi without a hassle, and has been for a while now. The only other up to date Kernel I’ve seen work with my Realtek wifi is, weirdly enough, Liquorix. But Liquorix isn’t exactly easy on battery life for my laptop, so Clear was the better choice. Why is this the case, and is there any way to copy over whatever Clear Linux does with drivers to other distros? I’m fine using Clear Linux for now, but if the wifi here breaks, my only option is to use an ancient kernel.
Also, unrelated, but are there any plans to release Gnome 3.38? There are a few neat looking features being added that I’d like to try out.