Hello, I don't even use KaOS Linux but I just like the idea behind it. It's cool that a distro is being built with such a specific vision in mind. I like the philosophy behind KaOS that's captured on the intro page:
To create the highest quality Distribution possible, there needs to be a focus to make sure the user gets the best possible for whatever choice they made. It simply is not possible to package any and all to work perfect for every Desktop Environment or Toolkit.
This feels like it goes against the general flow and feel of 99% of the Linux community and userbase, who love to mash everything together, so long as it works then its all good. I love that approach too, don't get me wrong. But I also think its awesome that something like KaOS exists with such a focused vision.
Personally, I use macOS. But I feel like KaOS sort of subscribes to the macOS philosophy in terms of its overall design and vision (Not in aesthetic terms, but in overall development terms). Apple clearly have a vision in mind when developing macOS, and sometimes that vision comes above all else, even when it requires an unpopular choice like deprecating support for OpenGL because they have a grander goal in mind and that can or could only come about with the Metal API. I see KaOS as following a similar design philosophy. Sure, you can still use GNOME/GTK Apps on KaOS, but it has a singular focus and vision that centres on KDE/Qt, and compromising that is not an option.
I think it's cool, that's all. I'm going to get my hands on an AMD PC soon that will let me start using KaOS alongside you guys, looking forward to it!