First of all AMAZING JOB WITH THIS OS. The defaults are FINALLY sensible in a flavor of Linux after decades of people with agendas trying and failing to build something truly great. WELL DONE.
You've made it to my desktop as I can finally do what I want and need with this system without having to spend needless time in configuration and maintenance. I've been running it for a few months now and I'm satisfied to leave it as my home base.
That said, I'd like to very respectfully bring up a subject that is concerning to me as a user, and that's how packages are handled. If you have a look at:
You will find that we end up with a lot of vulnerabilities (as any system will, and as you say, without vulnerabilities listed, we would be in of course worse trouble) but some of them are already solved, but because of the way you handle packages, I feel unsafe.
I am writing to put forth the idea that perhaps there could at some point be a way to bring in directly a fix for a package without the normal method (even fast-tracking is leaving me exposed and vulnerable unfortunately). Perhaps there is already a method for doing this and I have simply missed it.
Regardless, thank you again for your great work.