The video argues that Linux Mint is a useless distro and that there are better options available. The video makes the case that Linux Mint offers nothing unique or special to the Linux community and that Elementary OS is a better option.
00:00:00 The author of the video argues that Linux Mint is a waste of developer resources, and that it offers nothing unique or special to the Linux community. He also argues that elementary OS is a better option, because it has developed its own niche and fan base.
00:05:00 The author argues that, while Linux Mint may be good for new users, it offers a similar experience to Windows, and that it is not better than Ubuntu for new users.
00:10:00 The author of the video argues that, because Ubuntu is the most popular Linux distribution for new users, cinnamon, the primary desktop flavor of Linux Mint, should not exist as a separate fork of Ubuntu. He also argues that, because Ubuntu no longer relies as heavily on the snap package format, Linux Mint should focus more on Debian. He finishes the video by saying that he would rather see Linux Mint focus on becoming the premiere Debian-based distribution.
00:15:00 The video argues that Linux Mint is a useless distro and that there are better options available.