"Very basic functionality like DLNA access is entirely missing. No swipe control for volume, or positioning. No way to seek to a time position. No context menu - right click is wasted on pausing. In no way is this ready to be Mint's default player."
"Makes for an easy switch from Windows keepass2. IT's done in MONO but uses native code for the password hashing so it's very fast. This has a markedly better password generator, and handles extended attributes much more inteligently than either keepassx or keepassxc. Need to install xsel and xdotool with this, though, for full clipboard support."
"This processes passwords faster than the .NET KeePass2, so you can have your transform count set to something that offers real securty. However every other feature is less refined than in KeePass2. Password generation doesn't let you specify your own character set, there is no visual indication of when the clipboard will be cleared, advanced properties do not have drop-down select, any many other features are just far more basic."
"This flatpak installation wants to install 2.6GB of software to run. Simply apt-get install keepassxc to get the Ubuntu version. That being said, the password generator in keepassxc is markedly inferior to keepass2 - cannot make custom password profiles and cannot specify which symbols to include. The list of password symbols by default includes lots of unsafe characters. Also keepassxc doesn't let you pick additional attribute names from already used attribute names like keypass2 does. I find keepass2 is much easier to use."
"Better than keepassx but markedly inferior to keepass2. The password generator doesn't let you save password profiles and doesn't let you specify your own symbols like you can with keepass2, and the default symbol set includes lots of unsafe characters that many web sites won't allow. Also keepassxc doesn't let you pick attribute names from the list of already used attributes like keepass2 does. All in all keepass2 is easier to use."
"Opened up a terrible security hole in my system. Dropbox is set up, unfortunately, to allow itself to automatically update itself. This is basically a remote-code-execution backdoor for Dropbox to access my system. Preventing the automatic updates is more trouble than Dropbox is worth. Alternate projects like Syncthing offer the same functionality on resources I own. Have now fully migrated."
"This is a solution looking for a problem. All the file managers are quite capable of bookmarking FTP/SFTP destinations as well as SMB or NFS. So, basically people took the capability that's already in every file manager, wrote a utility that is inherently less functional, then decided this utility should be distributed by default. Why???"