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Package manager based on libdnf and libsolv. Replaces YUM.Project mention: still don't understand why dnf metadata only downloads with 10-20KB/s speed on here. meanwhile on speedtest it's roughly 4MB/s | reddit.com/r/Fedora | 2023-02-01
I just use dnf-makecache.service to handle background metadata syncs. Just modify the dnf-makecache.timer to manage when these occur.
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OBS Package Installer (CLI)Project mention: Seriously, what is the special magic sauce that openSUSE has for KDE? | reddit.com/r/openSUSE | 2023-03-17
Have you looked into OPI? This allows you to easily search and install community packages from the Open Build System similarly to how it is with working with yay on Arch. It very likely does not contain things like git packages or fonts but it can be pretty useful for packages like ckb-next and since it pulls from the OBS it is always guaranteed to be a binary, no compilation necessary
An universal linux port of deezer, supporting both Flatpak and AppImageProject mention: Spotify vs Deezer: Help me chose the right solution | reddit.com/r/deezer | 2022-12-22
Python/PyQt Wacom GUI for KDEProject mention: Graphics tablet | reddit.com/r/LXQt | 2022-08-05
Lastly, I was just looking at the Arch Wiki (which I recommend no matter what distribution you use, it has a lot of good information) and came across this: "wacom-gui" (https://github.com/tb2097/wacom-gui) that might be worth a look.
dnfdragora is a dnf frontend based on libyui abstractionProject mention: Fedora Package Management | reddit.com/r/Fedora | 2023-01-09
Personally I just use the command line, or sometimes GNOME Software for GUI applications. However, there's this project called DNFDragora (https://github.com/manatools/dnfdragora) that seems to be what you're looking for, so if that is the only thing keeping you from switching, I don't think you should be too worried about it.
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