Thank you for the forum shoutouts, very grateful for those. An opinion on telemetry… When companies talk about “anonymized” telemetry it tends to be a marketting term for data they can’t de-anonymize themselves but data miners can… should the data be leaked, open sourced or handed to them directly. Either way I think there’s a time and a place for telemetry but it’s called a PC because it’s personal. I don’t care how polite, benign or anonymous it is, OS level telemetry is omni-present telemetry and should be resisted on principal because it breaks the seal on a door that should never be open (see: misson creep). If Fedora is going to push on-by-default telemetry and they want decent anonymity, the only technique I know of is called differential privacy which is applied before it leaves the local computer. It adds random noise so it reduces individual exactness of information while still providing a clear picture in aggregate of what user are doing/using.