I like the idea behind #GoboLinux, but I'm curious about how it actually shakes out in practice.
IMO the nix-like filesystem hierarchy has always been kind of bad for non-technical users, and can even be confusing for those who do have a lot of experience with it.
@deadsuperhero well enough. I like the Unix hierarchy now, but probably would have latched on to Gobo when I was first starting with Linux.
I'm considering sticking it on some boxes which only support a single drive, but otherwise I like the standard hierarchy's possibilities for crazy mount schemes.