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Cake day: August 24th, 2023


  • That’s true. It varies from person to person. I, for example, am an Arch user, so modern for me is only around a year or so. Ubuntu 22.04 is old in my eyes, mostly because a newer LTS was released after it.

    You might define Ubuntu 22.04 as new, because it’s still fully supported.

    It’s just a question of how you define modern/recent.