A thanks to the community

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A few days ago I asked for help with my disability that greatly limits my use of the terminal (https://www.reddit.com/r/linux/comments/vom65y/disabled_new_linux_user_looking_for_advice/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share) and got almost nothing but kindness back. Given how baked into Linux the terminal is I expected a lot more pushback from the community. I got almost none. The most hate I got was when I said I didn't like GNOME and greatly preferred KDE because it's more comfortable to me as a lifelong Windows user. Even had a former member of the KDE team message me about how disabled people with bad hands were an oversight to them, so now they're looking to get into connection with current KDE members to improve non keyboard use. I didn't expect any of that and it's been great to recieve some support rather than just getting "oh you can't use the terminal much? Get gud." That I was expecting. Thanks again, and have a good one

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