Hi there, I have an M1 Mac mini and remember looking into Asahi Linux back before there was any usable release. Recently I re-acquired my M1 Mac Mini from storage as I have been fully switching all of my devices to GNU/Linux, and remembered about Asahi. Upon seeing how far it had come and that it is now in a daily drive-able state I decided that I wanted my Mac back to use with Linux now that it’s possible.
My question is: Is it worth installing Asahi Fedora remix as is and then upgrading as the official release comes? Will this cause a lot of problems for me or should I probably just use macOS until the release?
For context I am completely new to Fedora and the whole rpm side of things as I use Debian on all of my other devices, however, I would say my experience level is that of an advanced beginner to a beginner intermediate user. I am primarily focused on privacy and security, daily tasks, media consumption from my local archive, and light gaming (lutris/gog games). I do not use bluetooth, I use a wired mouse and keyboard. I imagine that it’s in a great state for my current uses, my concern is having to do some complicated re partitioning once the official release is out if I choose to install now, I’ve done a reinstall of Debian more times than I would like due to issues with partitioning. I would like to just install my OS and then keep it going via updates. Thank you.