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Nathan Wolf (CubicleNate) and Eric Adams take a look back at this week's Destination Linux Network shows and share their insights and perspectives on the topics covered. With in-depth views into Ask Noah Show, DasGeek, Destination Linux, This Week in Linux, TuxDigital, Linux for Everyone and more.
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Thanks for joining us. On DLN Xtend Episode 19, Nate spent time trying out some plugins for OBS Studio and Eric continues the hunt for the ideal video editor. In our Listener Feedback segment, we have a follow up on Folding@Home. We thank DigitalOcean for sponsoring DLN Xtend. DigitalOcean offers the simplest, most developer-friendly cloud platform. It’s optimized to make managing and scaling apps easy with an intuitive API, multiple storage options, integrated firewalls, load balancers and so much more. You can get all this plus access to their world-class customer support for as low as $5 per month. DigitalOcean also has 2,000 cloud-agnostic tutorials to help you stay up to date with the latest open source software, languages, and frameworks. Get started on Digital Ocean for 2 Months FREE with a $100 credit by going to do.co/dln (https://do.co/dln). Our Community Focus discusses ways to limit internet usage for children, particularly the focus on education and alternative activities. On This Week in Linux, Michael covered the fourth edition of Linux Mint Debian Edition and we discuss using Debian as a desktop OS. That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/) and creators (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/) (like Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) and Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) for example) is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network). Until next time, see yas! Chapters: 00:41 Nate's Week - OBS Plugins 08:57 Eric's Week - Video Editors 17:21 Listener Feedback - Folding@Home 19:11 DLN Xtend Sponsored by DIgitalOcean 20:16 Community Focus - Limiting Internet Usage for Children 27:35 This Week in Linux - Linux Mint Debian Edition 33:12 Outro
Welcome to DLN Xtend Episode 18. In this episode, Eric finds a new home studio/office space and Nate tells us about using LeoCAD (https://www.leocad.org/) with his kids. LeoCAD lets you design virtual models with LEGO® bricks. We thank DigitalOcean for sponsoring DLN Xtend. DigitalOcean offers the simplest, most developer-friendly cloud platform. It’s optimized to make managing and scaling apps easy with an intuitive API, multiple storage options, integrated firewalls, load balancers and so much more. You can get all this plus access to their world-class customer support for as low as $5 per month. DigitalOcean also has 2,000 cloud-agnostic tutorials to help you stay up to date with the latest open source software, languages, and frameworks. Get started on Digital Ocean for 2 Months FREE with a $100 credit by going to do.co/dln (https://do.co/dln). On This Week in Linux (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/this-week-in-linux/), Michael (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/michael-tunnell/) mentioned Folding@Home (https://foldingathome.org/) as a way to help with COVID-19 research. They have a blog post (https://foldingathome.org/2020/03/15/coronavirus-what-were-doing-and-how-you-can-help-in-simple-terms/) describing what they are doing and how you can help. Also on This Week in Linux, there is a new release (https://sourceforge.net/p/clonezilla/news/) of Clonezilla live (https://clonezilla.org/), a partition and disk imaging/cloning program. We discuss the benefits of using this type of software to create full snapshots of disks and partitions. That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/) and creators (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/) (like Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) and Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) for example) is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network). Until next time, see yas! Chapters: 00:42 Eric's Week - New Studio / Office 08:30 Nate's Week - LeoCAD 13:05 Listener Feedback - LibreOffice 17:02 This Week in Linux - Folding@Home 20:49 This Week in Linux - Clonezilla Live 27:44 Outro
On DLN Xtend Episode 17, Nate tests FreeOffice (https://www.freeoffice.com/en/) and Eric spends some time with Kdenlive (https://kdenlive.org/). We thank DigitalOcean for sponsoring DLN Xtend. DigitalOcean offers the simplest, most developer-friendly cloud platform. It’s optimized to make managing and scaling apps easy with an intuitive API, multiple storage options, integrated firewalls, load balancers and so much more. You can get all this plus access to their world-class customer support for as low as $5 per month. DigitalOcean also has 2,000 cloud-agnostic tutorials to help you stay up to date with the latest open source software, languages, and frameworks. Get started on Digital Ocean for 2 Months FREE with a $100 credit by going to do.co/dln (https://do.co/dln). Destination Linux (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/destination-linux/) talked about the open source document viewer KOReader (http://koreader.rocks/) which peaked Nate's interest and leads to a discussion on e-readers. Ask Noah brings up the recent news of an AMD vulnerability discovered as part of a study funded by Intel and also the excellent Opensource.Builders (https://opensource.builders) website which showcases open source alternatives to common proprietary software. Jason Evangelho of Linux for Everyone (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/linux-for-everyone/) recently interviewed Alan Pope (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AlanPope) of Canonical and asked some interesting questions. We break down a few of the more interesting aspects of their conversation. On the DasGeek (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIme1suHyN7cAGrTy8RBdhQ) YouTube channel, Ryan covered using the El Gato Streamdeck Mini (https://youtu.be/6M0hfmbLfmM) with Linux which led Eric to wonder if there was a way to use a general-purpose tablet to do the same thing rather than buying dedicated hardware. Turns out, there is a very easy way to accomplish this with obs-websocket (https://github.com/Palakis/obs-websocket) and OBS Tablet Remote (http://t2t2.github.io/obs-tablet-remote/). Thanks to Venn Stone of LinuxGameCast (https://linuxgamecast.com/) for the tutorial (https://linuxgamecast.com/2018/11/quick-dirty-remote-control-obs-studio/). That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/) and creators (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/) (like Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) and Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) for example) is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network). Until next time, see yas!
Welcome to DLN Xtend Episode 16. Eric tests Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa (http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily-live/current/). Nate looks at KDE Plasma 5.18 (https://kde.org/announcements/plasma-5.18.0) and the Calligra (https://www.calligra.org/) office suite. We thank DigitalOcean for sponsoring DLN Xtend. DigitalOcean offers the simplest, most developer-friendly cloud platform. It’s optimized to make managing and scaling apps easy with an intuitive API, multiple storage options, integrated firewalls, load balancers and so much more. You can get all this plus access to their world-class customer support for as low as $5 per month. DigitalOcean also has 2,000 cloud-agnostic tutorials to help you stay up to date with the latest open source software, languages, and frameworks. Get started on Digital Ocean for 2 Months FREE with a $100 credit by going to do.co/dln (https://do.co/dln). In this week's community focus, there was a great discussion (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/plasma-5-18-what-has-your-experience-been/1530) on KDE Plasma 5.18 and we get the warm fuzzies from a comment in Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram). Stuart Langridge (https://kryogenix.org/) guest hosted on Destination Linux (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/destination-linux/) and their guest was Ikey Doherty discussing his latest project, Lispy Snake (https://lispysnake.com/), an independent game studio. On This Week in Linux (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/this-week-in-linux/), Michael Tunnell (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/michael-tunnell/) covered the Manjaro 19.0 release (https://forum.manjaro.org/t/manjaro-19-0-released-gnome-kde-xfce-architect/126010) which I made a video (https://youtu.be/t73ChYmcQ6o) about and also Facebook becoming a sponsor of the OBS Studio project (https://obsproject.com/blog/facebook-becomes-a-premiere-sponsor). That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/) and creators (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/) (like Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) and Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) for example) is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network). Until next time, see yas! Chapters: 00:51 Eric's Week - Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa 05:38 Nate's Week - KDE Plasma 5.18 and Calligra Office 14:38 DLN Xtend is Sponsored by DigitalOcean 15:34 Community Focus - KDE Plasma 5.18 Discussion and Warm Fuzzies 28:33 Destination Linux - Stuart Langridge and Ikey Doherty 36:35 This Week in Linux - Manjaro 19.0 44:41 This Week in Linux - Facebook Donates to OBS Studio 49:43 Outro
Welcome to DLN Xtend Episode 15. This time, some acquaintances of Nate have asked him for help getting started with Linux and helping his son with an electronics engineering course. Eric goes deeper into Linux audio with JACK and Reaper. We thank DigitalOcean for sponsoring DLN Xtend. DigitalOcean offers the simplest, most developer-friendly cloud platform. It’s optimized to make managing and scaling apps easy with an intuitive API, multiple storage options, integrated firewalls, load balancers and so much more. You can get all this plus access to their world-class customer support for as low as $5 per month. DigitalOcean also has 2,000 cloud-agnostic tutorials to help you stay up to date with the latest open source software, languages, and frameworks. Get started on Digital Ocean for 2 Months FREE with a $100 credit by going to do.co/dln (https://do.co/dln). Dalton Durst from the UBports (https://ubports.com/) project was a guest host on Destination Linux (https://destinationlinux.org/episode-161/). They discussed the PinePhone (https://www.pine64.org/pinephone/) Braveheart edition and how UBports was progressing on the device. We, of course, couldn't be happier about the prospect of a Linux smartphone. On the Ask Noah (https://podcast.asknoahshow.com/167) show, Noah doesn't see a place for rolling release distros. We disagree and think they serve a need just as fixed release distributions do. Jason Evangehlo of Linux for Everyone (https://www.linux4everyone.com/28-i-make-foss-salient-os) covers the negativity surrounding proprietary software and dual booting. It's an attitude that bothers us as well. That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/) and creators (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/) (like Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) and Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) for example) is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network). Until next time, see yas!
Welcome back to DLN Xtend. In this 14th episode, Eric talks about setting up a VPN to connect to his home network as well as more experimentation with JACK audio (https://jackaudio.org/). Nate discusses transferring his domain to a new registrar and the upcoming move to self hosting his website. That leads nicely into our announcement this week of DigitalOcean (https://do.co/dln) becoming a network-wide sponsor of DLN. All Destination Linux Network (https://destinationlinux.network) shows, including ours, will be taking part. We discuss their introductory offer and how and why we are happy customers. In Listener Feedback this week, Leviticus suggests (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/dln-xtend-episode-9/1153/2?u=ericadams) we use video for the podcast and we hear from TheAssasin, developer of AppImageLauncher, who answers our questions from episode 11 (https://dlnxtend.com/11). The DLN community has been discussing the PinePhone (https://www.pine64.org/pinephone/) Braveheart edition over on the Discourse forum, testing UBPorts and other distros as well as some software. Many have shared their experiences. Did you buy a PinePhone? How has it been? Come share your thoughts in this thread (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/pinephone/1416). A recent Software Spotlight on Destination Linux (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/destination-linux/) covered FreeCAD (https://www.freecadweb.org/), a free and open-source general-purpose parametric 3D CAD application. It just so happens Nate is a long time user of FreeCAD and gives us some reasons why he is such a fan. KDE's Plasma desktop version 5.18 was recently released and we talk about what's new and why we like Plasma in general. Hardware Addicts (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/hardware-addicts/), a new DLN podcast covering all things hardware, discussed the various cooling solutions and the virtues of each. We discuss our own experiences having both recently built AMD workstations. There is a new segment lead by Wendy Hill (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/wendy-hill/) covering photography. This week she dives into the different types of cameras (i.e. Point and Shoot, DSLR) and explains what each does. And finally, Michael Tunnell (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/michael-tunnell/) covers many. many things on each episode of This Week in Linux (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/this-week-in-linux/). He recently brought up ProtonCalendar (https://protonmail.com/blog/protoncalendar-beta-announcement/) from ProtonMail (https://protonmail.com/). This fills a gap we've previously had with using ProtonMail as a true alternative to other mail services that include this functionality. That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/) and creators (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/) (like Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) and Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) for example) is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network). Until next time, see yas!
Welcome to episode 13 of DLN Xtend. In the weekly update segment, Nate fixes his robot vacuum. Eric talks about his latest YouTube videos (https://www.youtube.com/c/EricAdamsYT), including video trimming tools (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgKn2m3htQI&t=8s) and a new episode the LibreOffice Calc series with Serge (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXAAvvDX5GQ&list=PLuQidjXcLYEWyTlohYBIoeOlqkmPPVutK). Our community focus this week is a topic from the Destination Linux Network Discourse forum (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/) about laptop brands that support Linux (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/linux-laptop-brand-recommendations/1311). Nate and Eric discuss wanting a Linux-based tablet. DLN recently held our second game night (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/dln-game-night-2-saturday-february-1st-2020/1258). Destination Linux (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/destination-linux/) discussed Linux User Groups (LUGs) and we discuss what it takes to get started. Destination Linux also interviewed Hayden Barnes (https://www.linkedin.com/in/thbarnes) of Canonical's WSL team. The DL crew asked some tough questions and we go into how Hayden seems to have swayed their opinions on Microsoft's recent "love" for Linux. And last for this week, Jason Evangehlo (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/jason-evangelho/) of Linux for Everyone (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/linux-for-everyone/), Jason interviewed Dustin Krysak (https://twitter.com/Bashfulrobot) of Ubuntu Budgie (https://ubuntubudgie.org/) and we discuss the nature for FOSS and how we can be appreciative and give back. That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/) and creators (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/) (like Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) and Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) for example) is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network). Until next time, see yas!
In the weekly update segment, Eric talks about testing and making videos about the preview releases (https://forum.manjaro.org/c/announcements) of Manjaro's upcoming 19.0 release as well as KDE Plasma 5.18 Beta (https://kde.org/announcements/plasma-5.17.90) on Kubuntu. Nate tells us about using Windscribe VPN (https://cubiclenate.com/2020/01/17/windscribe-vpn-on-opensuse/), managing Kontact (https://kontact.kde.org/), and a hardware fail with a vintage power supply. We get some listener feedback from GOK via the Destination Linux Discourse forum (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/) about SAP and SUSE Linux. Our community focus this week touches on a topic also discussed in the DLN forum about domain registrars (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/which-registrar-to-use/1198). On Linux for Everyone (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/linux-for-everyone/) this week, Jason Evangehlo (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/jason-evangelho/) interviewed Philip Mueller of Manjaro (https://manjaro.org/) and we discuss how smaller hardware manufacturers like Tuxedo Computers (https://www.tuxedocomputers.com/) are filling a void left by their larger competitors. Destination Linux brought up the topic of Linus Torvalds' response to a question about the Linux kernel and ZFS support. We had a few differing thoughts on the subject. Finally, this week marks the first episode of Destination Linux Network's newest show, Hardware Addicts (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/hardware-addicts/). That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/) and creators (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/) (like Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) and Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) for example) is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network). Until next time, see yas!
This week Nate talks about his admiration for Kdenlive (https://kdenlive.org/) and even using it to editing audio. Who knew? Eric gets back to making YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/c/EricAdamsYT) videos, in particular one on AppImageLauncher (https://github.com/TheAssassin/AppImageLauncher). The community segment is on a topic Eric started about the best dIstro and DE combo for workstations (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/best-distro-and-de-combo-for-workstations/1184). He ended up giving openSUSE Tumbleweed (https://www.opensuse.org/#Tumbleweed) a try much to Nate's delight. We discuss the magic of Tumbleweed snapshots (https://review.tumbleweed.boombatower.com/). As a reminder in case you missed it, last week we had Wendy Hill as a guest to tell us how she uses darktable (https://www.darktable.org/) as a professional photographer. Absolutely worth a listen if you have any interest in photography. Destination Linux (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/destination-linux/) brought up the issue of elitism in Linux this week and we give a few thoughts on both sides of the argument. The subject of backing up settings and deploying them on KDE Plasma came up this week on Destination Linux. Nate explains how this works by installing an SDK. We talk about our Linux "hopes and dreams" for 2020. Eric hopes for good Linux options for mobile devices, especially on tablets and Nate wishes that more companies develop professional software for Linux. There is a special Destination Linux Network announcement this week in the form of a new podcast. Hardware Addicts will focus on hardware that works with Linux, from single board computers to high-end AMD systems. Look for the first episode to land in the coming week. That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/) and creators (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/) (like Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) and Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) for example) is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network). Until next time, see yas!
In this edition, Nate talks about setting up quick tiling on KDE's Plasma desktop environment (https://cubiclenate.com/2020/01/02/quick-tiling-in-kde-plasma-on-opensuse/) and also using Linux in the kitchen (https://cubiclenate.com/2020/01/03/linux-in-the-kitchen-life-enhancement-blathering/) for recipes and entertainment. This week's Community Focus covers a Discourse forum post entitled Giving Back to OUR Community (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/giving-back-to-our-community/1117) which discusses donating to open source projects as well as content creators. We cover commercial use of open source and how if companies that benefit financially would contribute back to the projects they use those projects would likely make enough revenue to cover their costs and then some. Mentioned in this discussion is the recent dilemma that the Pods Framework (https://pods.io/) find themselves after their main financial contributor chose to not continue their support. DasGeek's YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIme1suHyN7cAGrTy8RBdhQ) reaches a milestone and passes 10,000 subscribers. Ryan does a great job reviewing hardware but, more importantly, following up and making more videos about the same hardware over time so you can find out what it's like to use it over time. That's often not the case with many YouTube tech channels. Destination Linux provided an update on the FreeGeek (https://www.freegeek.org/) fund raising effort. The goal was $3,000 and, thanks to Zeb's 24 stream (https://youtu.be/94twtciTDi8), we are well on our way. He raised over $1,500 so again, congratulations to him and the entire Destination Linux Network (https://destinationlinux.network/) community for such generosity. Destination Linux covered the release of Kdenlive (https://www.kdenlive.org/) 19.12. Nate has been using it to edit his videos and gives feedback. And finally, darktable (https://www.darktable.org/) version 3.0.0 has been released. darktable is an open source photography workflow application. We are not photographers so we wanted to get a power user's take. Luckily, friend of DLN Wendy Hill (https://destinationlinux.fireside.fm/guests/wendy-hill) was available. Wendy has appeared as a guest host on Destination Linux (https://destinationlinux.org/episode-132/) and is a professional photographer specializing in business-to-business photography including food, product, and location image creation. She uses Linux for her business and darktable is one of the tools she uses for her images. We discuss what darktable is, how she uses it and what's interesting about this latest release. That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/) and creators (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/) (like Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) and Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) for example) is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network). Until next time, see yas! Chapters 00:00 - Intro 01:08 - Quick Tiling in KDE Plasma 06:03 - Linux in the Kitchen 10:34 - Community Focus - Giving Back to OUR Community 17:41 - DasGeek YouTube Channel Passes 10,000 Subscribers 20:31 - Update on FreeGeek Charity Fund Raising 23:10 - Kdenlive 19.12 25:37 - Wendy Hill on darktable 44:48 - Outro Special Guest: Wendy Hill.
We've been busy with the holidays and took a short break. We're back with a new episode to start 2020. In this edition, we cover what we've done these past few weeks. Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) tells us more about his holiday lighting project and Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) talks about EndeavourOS, Ubuntu Cinnamon Remix and that leads us into a discussion on how Linux distributions differentiate themselves. We received some listener feedback from Anthony Lavado of the Jellyfin (https://jellyfin.org/) project which leads to a discussion on home media servers like Jellyfin, Plex and Emby. Jason Evangelho's account of his 12 Months of Discovery on Linux for Everyone (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/linux-for-everyone/) over the past two episodes prompted us to look back at our 2019 experience to see what discoveries of our own we've made. Destination Linux (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/destination-linux/) covered the Ubuntu Cinnamon Remix (https://sourceforge.net/projects/ubuntu-cinnamon-remix/) releases and pondered the merit of an Ubuntu Cinnamon flavor. There was a lot of talk about Linux Mint already filling that space but I disagree. This Week in Linux (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/this-week-in-linux/) covered the release of Feren OS which was recently made available. It's a fascinating example of what someone can achieve in the open source world. We discuss the merits of Feren OS and lovingly poke a bit of fun at its creator. Lastly, our friend Zeb undertook a monumental 24 live stream on his Zebedee Gaming (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/zebedee-gaming/) YouTube channel. He was raising money for DLN's first charity collaboration with FreeGeek (https://www.freegeek.org/). The total came out to an impressive $1,500. Congratulations to Zeb and FreeGeek. Certainly a great way to end the year! That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows and creators is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network/). Until next time, see yas!
On this episode of DLN Xtend we discuss our week with elementary OS 15.1 Hera and Emby and home media servers. Our community segment converges with Linux for Everyone where Jason asks the question "What do you appreciate about Linux compared to Windows?". Destination Linux interviewed Hilary Shohoney of FreeGeek. FreeGeek is the first charity chosen by the Destination Linux Network as part of our effort to give back to the Linux community. They also covered one of our favorite audio apps, PulseEffects. On This Week in Linux, Michael mentioned the Ubuntu 20.04 LTS survey and all of the effort going into the KDE Plasma 5.18 LTS release. Finally, we finish up on with KDE's Discovery software center. Be sure to stop by the DLN Discourse, Telegram, Mumble and Discord to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows and creators is available at destinationlinux.network. We appreciate you taking time out of your busy day to listen to our podcast. If there's anything we can do to improve please let us know. Thank you!
This week we discuss the DLN community's take on must-have software, Ubuntu Touch on the Raspberry PI, concerns over proprietary software from Flathub appearing in the Software Center on Fedora, Bitwarden software spotlight, and DLN's first charity FreeGeek. Please stop by the DLN Discourse, Telegram, Mumble and Discord to continue the discussion. We know you are busy and appreciate you taking time out of your day to listen to our podcast. Thank you!
This week we cover a discussion of tax preparation software from the DLN Discourse forum, discuss the ramifications of Private Internet Access being purchased by Kape Technologies, what IPFire is and how Nate is using it, a creator's perspective on the Brave browser rewards program, and DasGeek's experience with the Pinebook Pro. Please stop by the DLN Discourse, Telegram, Mumble and Discord to continue the discussion. We know you are busy and appreciate you taking time out of your day to listen to our podcast. Thank you!
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In this episode we talk about our week, the importance of using a VPN, desktop backup options, answer the question of whether there too much choice in Linux, and being realistic about using proprietary software. Please stop by the DLN Discourse, Telegram, Mumble and Discord to continue the discussion. We know you are busy and appreciate you taking time out of your day to listen to our podcast. Thank you!
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In the first regular episode of DLN Xtend we take a little time to introduce ourselves. Topics covered include a discussion on Ubuntu 19.10 experimental ZFS support and how that might be used in future releases, desktop Linux evangelism, anonymity on the Internet, privacy trade-offs, as well as corporate and governmental oversteps, and Xfce versus KDE Plasma resource usage.
In this, our preview DLN Xtend episode, we discuss the (unusual?) concept of Linux flagship devices, the pros and cons of rolling releases on the server side, the continuing trend of removing support for older hardware in many Linux distributions and a brief look at some of the highlights in the Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine release. Fun fact. Nate and I did this as a test recording that we assumed we wouldn't use. Turns out the DLN crew liked it and suggested we publish it. Who are we to refuse? All kidding aside, this is our first go at this and so we ask for some patience and also any feedback you might have. Please stop by the DLN Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) to let us know what you think. We know you are busy and appreciate (AppreciNate!) you taking time out of your day to listen to our podcast. Thank you!
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elrey741

44:57: it definitely has machine identifiable information (i.e. hostname, processor, RAM, etc) in the bug reporting logs, because it is grabbing kernel logs from boot up and such. So it might or might not have PII (Personal Identifiable Information), but it really depends on what your applications push out to logs.

Oct 30th
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