While we generally do not care for endorsing politics - it is something we have no real say in - we do have endorsements for educational beliefs and support. We strongly believe that our endorsements for candidates in our local area's school board election is important. Students need every right and ability to learn, grow, and work. That is why we are proud to publicly endorse Brian Coram and Michael Riffle for seats in the ASD20 school board elections. Michael Riffle (Left) and Brian Coram (Right) These two candidates stand for education above politics. I (Kai Lyons, president and founder of the Potabi Foundation) am an active student at Liberty High School in ASD20, and strongly believe that Riffle and Coram are the two obvious candidates for this election.
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- Other Apps
Welcome to a new series of articles I will aim to support called "Were <thing> Fails, and Potabi Aims to Succeed", where I mention specific issues plaguing Linux, BSD, etc. With Potabi and CoreNGS being replacements to BSD and Linux, read Potabi's Biggest Misconception: It isn't BSD. if you haven't because it explains that we are not a BSD, just BSD-derived. When we say websites, I mean ALL websites. I will only be doing active-development BSD-branded operating system websites for most of the big name BSDs, meaning not HelloSystem, AiryxOS, TrueNAS, TrueOS, FuryBSD, etc. Specifically we will critique DragonFlyBSD, NomadBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, FreeBSD, HardenedBSD, and GhostBSD. SoloBSD uses a blogspot for the main website, so I will ignore it. I want to explain why web-design is so important, and how it is often done wrong by the BSDs, and even many Linux distros. And what Potabi does to try and fix it. I am not trying to harass these operating systems, even