I’m sorry guys, I’ve been on this subject before. But all this Lumina coding with its own file manager, media player, PDF-reader, calendar etc. feels a little like you’re trying to reinvent the wheel.
Why don’t you just take e.g. KDE stuff and adapt it to Lumina? KDE has a great file manager (Dolphin), PDF-reader (Okular), imagine viewer (Gwenview), calendar, media player (VLC - I know that’s not KDE) etc.
So I don’t understand why you put so much effort in reinventing the wheel, as it seems just because you can, when there are these great programs that you can “steal” (well, it’s no pirating since it’s open source)?
Instead you could put all energy into making TrueOS and Lumina to run as good as it possible can and port more open source programs to it.
I my self am using all those programs (not the calendar, don’t think that’s possible) inside TrueOS/Lumina that I think are way better than TrueOS’s/Lumina’s equivalents.
Sorry again, but I thought PC-BSD was better, although it was heavier for the system. But why not a combination with TrueOS/Lumina base and so to say the best of both worlds?
Last I want you to know that one of the main reasons I chose BSD over Linux, when I came over from the Windows-swamp, was because BSD felt more stable and genuine than the Linux mishmash.