I was a very devoted Elementary OS user (I used Elementary 0.2 for more than a year and a half) but in the last year I've moved to Fedora 20 for stability reasons. Elementary OS is an awesome OS, but I need a more stable OS because I work with Big Data and Machine Learning.
I really liked the
dnf package manager (from Fedora, CentOS, etc.) and I also loved the
pacman (Arch Linux) package manager. I know that
apt is derived from Ubuntu, but there's any plans on switching to a new package manager in the near future?
apt is awnkward, ugly and everything crashes with it. Elementary OS is the Linux distribution of the future (at least for the end-user), this great system don't deserves
apt. It deserves something better, faster and prettier than apt.
Any plans on that?