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1. Package managers need not be complicated. I think a simple sandboxing app mgmt is possible.

2. about web: too bad that design-addict webdev community bloated it. But wish someone make a simpler, faster & straightforward web as portable app platform with few nice commercial qualities...

3. About OS: OS need not be bloated if it isn't running behind popularity by satisfying everyone's remote needs. ( source: plan9, suckless, busybox )...

1. Package managers only exist to manage complexity. If you want one, the system is already too complicated. You can sandbox applications without them.

2. No disagreement here.

3. Unfortunately it still kinda does, because drivers. Two of the ones you listed sit on top of the Linux kernel, which even Linus thinks has become bloated.

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