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This Podcast will feature interviews and talks with the people who make the Fedora community awesome. These folks work on new technologies found in Fedora, or they produce the distro itself. Some work on putting Fedora in the hands of users. There’s so much going on in Fedora; it takes a whole podcast series. Fedora Podcast is a proud member of the Tux Digital Network (https://tuxdigital.com)!
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33: The Birthday Episode

33: The Birthday Episode

2023-11-0801:00:21

We just celebrated the Fedora Project's birthday! Join our host as he interviews Neal Gompa, long-time contributor, and Matthew Miller, the Fedora Project Lead as we reminisce, look at Fedora Linux 39, and plenty of laughs in between. The Fedora Podcast features interviews and talks with the people who make the Fedora community awesome! These folks work on new technologies found in Fedora, produce the distro itself, or help put Fedora into the hands of users. There is so much going on in Fedora that it takes a whole podcast series! 🖥️ Get Started with Fedora Linux: https://fedoraproject.org 📢 Follow the Fedora Podcast: https://podcast.fedoraproject.org 🗣️ Chat With Us in the Fedora Podcast room: https://matrix.to/#/#podcast:fedoraproject.org 🫂 Become a Part of the Fedora Community: https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/project/join/ 📱 Connect with Us: Eric "the IT Guy" Hendricks: https://mastodon.social/@itguyeric Fedora Project: Announcing New Direction https://lists.fedoraproject.org/archives/list/devel@lists.fedoraproject.org/message/JJDFRS2M7FWINXR2QE63WQO7UW2XLQYY/ Announcing Fedora Linux 39 https://fedoramagazine.org/announcing-fedora-linux-39/ 00:00 Stream start 00:20 Welcome 01:25 Introductions 07:39 Fedora’s start 22:01 Fedora engineering 33:30 Fedora Wallpaper 36:15 Fedora Linux 39 50:20 Future of Fedora 53:03 Closing thoughts
Fedora Linux wouldn't be possible without the community, the people. In our ongoing focus, How Do You Fedora, we meet these amazing people and learn their stories. We'll be chatting with Neal Gompa, a long time contributor for CentOS and Fedora! The Fedora Podcast features interviews and talks with the people who make the Fedora community awesome! These folks work on new technologies found in Fedora, produce the distro itself, or help put Fedora into the hands of users. There is so much going on in Fedora that it takes a whole podcast series! 🖥️ Get Started with Fedora Linux: https://fedoraproject.org 📢 Follow the Fedora Podcast: https://podcast.fedoraproject.org 🗣️ Chat With Us in the Fedora Podcast room: https://matrix.to/#/#podcast:fedoraproject.org 🫂 Become a Part of the Fedora Community: https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/project/join/ 📱 Connect with Us: Eric "the IT Guy" Hendricks: https://mastodon.social/@itguyeric Neal Gompa: https://fosstodon.org/@Conan_Kudo Neal's website: https://neal.gompa.dev/ GitHub Sponsors: https://github.com/sponsors/Conan-Kudo 🔖 Chapters: 00:00 Stream start 00:20 Introductions 01:56 Meet Neal 05:55 Neal meet's tech 12:01 Getting into open source 21:50 Contributions to Fedora 28:15 Community of communities 32:52 Present and future 40:45 Fedora Asahi 43:00 Closing thoughts
The Fedora Project and Slimbook just announced the Fedora Slimbook, a cutting-edge ultrabook. We'll take to Alejandro and Vaja from Slimbook about the new hardware and how Fedora Linux is optimized for this new platform! The Fedora Podcast features interviews and talks with the people who make the Fedora community awesome! These folks work on new technologies found in Fedora, produce the distro itself, or help put Fedora into the hands of users. There is so much going on in Fedora that it takes a whole podcast series! 🖥️ Get Started with Fedora Linux: https://fedoraproject.org 📢 Follow the Fedora Podcast: https://podcast.fedoraproject.org 🗣️ Chat With Us in the Fedora Podcast room: https://matrix.to/#/#podcast:fedoraproject.org 🫂 Become a Part of the Fedora Community: https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/project/join/ 📱 Connect with Us: Eric "the IT Guy" Hendricks: https://mastodon.social/@itguyeric Fedora Slimbook: https://fedora.slimbook.es/ 🔖 Chapters: 00:00 Stream start 00:15 Introductions 03:55 What was announced? 07:41 Slimbook partnership 12:01 Laptop hardware 16:50 Fedora Spins 22:16 Future plans 27:55 Closing thoughts
How do you build a robust workstation? How can you tie in containerized desktop applications into rpm-ostree? That is the realm of the Fedora SilverBlue spin! The Fedora Podcast features interviews and talks with the people who make the Fedora community awesome! These folks work on new technologies found in Fedora, produce the distro itself, or help put Fedora into the hands of users. There is so much going on in Fedora that it takes a whole podcast series! 🖥️ Get Started with Fedora Linux: https://fedoraproject.org 📢 Follow the Fedora Podcast: https://podcast.fedoraproject.org 🗣️ Chat With Us in the Fedora Podcast room: https://matrix.to/#/#podcast:fedoraproject.org 🫂 Become a Part of the Fedora Community: https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/project/join/ 📱 Connect with Us: Eric "the IT Guy" Hendricks: https://mastodon.social/@itguyeric Fedora Atomic Desktop SIG https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SIGs/AtomicDesktops Misconceptions About Immutable Distributions https://theevilskeleton.gitlab.io/2023/08/29/misconceptions-about-immutable-distributions.html Chapters 00:00 Stream start 00:10 Welcome 02:21 Introductions 05:10 What’s the goal of immutability? 11:45 Misunderstanding of immutability 21:35 What do we call this? 31:00 Universal Blue 46:36 Atomic Desktop SIG 49:40 Closing thoughts
While Fedora Linux defaults to the Gnome desktop, there are multiple different versions of Fedora Workstation, one of those Spins is based off of the Budgie Desktop. In this episode, we'll talk to one of the developers about Budgie, its history, its relationship to Fedora, and what new features are coming! —-- The Fedora Podcast features interviews and talks with the people who make the Fedora community awesome! These folks work on new technologies found in Fedora, produce the distro itself, or help put Fedora into the hands of users. There is so much going on in Fedora that it takes a whole podcast series! Get Started with Fedora Linux: https://getfedora.org/\ Follow the Fedora Podcast: https://podcast.fedoraproject.org\ Fedora Podcast Chat: https://matrix.to/#/#podcast:fedoraproject.org Connect with our hosts: Eric "the IT Guy" Hendricks: https://mastodon.social/@itguyeric Joshua Strobl: https://joshuastrobl.social/@me Fedora Budgie Spin https://fedoraproject.org/spins/budgie/ Buddies of Budgie https://buddiesofbudgie.org Buddies of Budgie Mastodon https://floss.social/@buddiesofbudgie Podcast Planning Doc https://hackmd.io/@itguyeric/FedoraPodcast 00:00 Welcome 01:14 Meet Joshua 05:17 Coming up 08:16 What is Budgie? 16:50 Target user 23:13 Upcoming features 28:41 Contributions 32:19 Wrap up
Join us for our next episode as we talk about buying Fedora Linux pre-loaded on hardware. We dive into the relationship with Lenovo and how to find the right model for your needs! ——— The Fedora Podcast features interviews and talks with the people who make the Fedora community awesome! These folks work on new technologies found in Fedora, produce the distro itself, or help put Fedora into the hands of users. There is so much going on in Fedora that it takes a whole podcast series! 🖥️ Get Started with Fedora Linux: https://fedoraproject.org/ 📢 Follow the Fedora Podcast: https://podcast.fedoraproject.org 🗣️ Fedora Podcast Chat: https://matrix.to/#/#podcast:fedoraproject.org 📱 Connect with us: Eric "the IT Guy" Hendricks: https://mastodon.social/@itguyeric Join the conversation! https://discussion.fedoraproject.org/t/getting-fedora-with-your-lenovo-fedora-podcast-28/87914 Fedora Swag! https://www.hellotux.com/fedora Lenovo Sustainability https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/about/sustainability Fedora Strategy 2028: Fedora Linux is available pre-installed on more systems from more vendors https://discussion.fedoraproject.org/t/objective-review-fedora-linux-is-available-pre-installed-on-more-systems-from-more-vendors/47092/1 Lenovo Fedora World Domination Plan https://discussion.fedoraproject.org/t/lenovo-fedora-world-domination-plan/82773 Hardware Partner Fedora support table https://discussion.fedoraproject.org/t/list-of-computers-that-ship-support-or-should-be-friendly-with-fedora-linux/87347 Lenovo | Linux for Personal Systems https://lenovo.com/linux Chapters 00:02 Welcome 06:06 History of the partnership 16:55 Hardware development workflow 23:42 Lenovo Sustainability 31:52 Fedora supporting Lenovo 43:08 Where do I buy? 59:00 Closing thoughts
Looking to build out a presence in the cloud? Looking to deploy workloads with automation? The Fedora Cloud Edition is your building block to get there. Join us as we chat with Major Hayden to learn more! —-- The Fedora Podcast features interviews and talks with the people who make the Fedora community awesome! These folks work on new technologies found in Fedora, produce the distro itself, or help put Fedora into the hands of users. There is so much going on in Fedora that it takes a whole podcast series! Get Started with Fedora Linux: https://getfedora.org/ Follow the Fedora Podcast: https://podcast.fedoraproject.org Fedora Podcast Chat: https://matrix.to/#/#podcast:fedoraproject.org Connect with us: Eric "the IT Guy" Hendricks: https://mastodon.social/@itguyeric Major Hayden: https://fosstodon.org/@major Joseph Gayoso Fedora Cloud Matrix Room https://matrix.to/#/#cloud:fedoraproject.org Chapters 00:00 Stream start 00:08 Introductions 07:11 Editions, Spins, and more 11:41 What is Fedora Cloud Edition? 23:22 Where do you get Fedora Cloud? 27:06 Origin of Fedora Cloud Edition 32:17 What is Cloud KDE? 39:57 Future of Fedora Cloud 45:15 How do I get involved? 50:55 Wrap up
What is EPEL? Why should you use it? We meet with Carl George to discuss why its important to have community projects available not just on Fedora but its downstream derivatives as well! We'll talk about getting started with EPEL packages, how to contribute, and what the plans are for the next iteration of EPEL repositories! The Fedora Podcast features interviews and talks with the people who make the Fedora community awesome! These folks work on new technologies found in Fedora, produce the distro itself, or help put Fedora into the hands of users. There is so much going on in Fedora that it takes a whole podcast series! Get Started with Fedora Linux: https://getfedora.org/ Follow the Fedora Podcast: https://podcast.fedoraproject.org Fedora Podcast Chat: https://matrix.to/#/#podcast:fedoraproject.org Connect with our team: Eric "the IT Guy" Hendricks: https://twitter.com/itguyeric Carl George: @carlwgeorge@fosstodon.org EPEL Website https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/epel/ EPEL10 Proposal https://discussion.fedoraproject.org/t/epel-10-proposal/44304 EPEL Next https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL_Next RHEL Life Cycle https://access.redhat.com/support/policy/updates/errata Fedora Join SIG https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/fedora-join/ [Packaging] Building Apps with RPM | Into the Terminal 72 https://youtube.com/live/WVSEzg8E_wg Chapters 00:00 Stream start 00:03 Welcome 00:43 Meet Carl George 06:44 What is EPEL? 15:13 The EPEL10 proposal 32:55 How do I get involved? 37:09 Closing thoughts 51:40 Wrap up
How much effort does it take to overhaul the visual and functional elements of a technology community? We dive into that question this week. We'll talk about the work involved, what's new, and the future plans of the Fedora website team! The Fedora Podcast features interviews and talks with the people who make the Fedora community awesome! These folks work on new technologies found in Fedora, produce the distro itself, or help put Fedora into the hands of users. There is so much going on in Fedora that it takes a whole podcast series! Get Started with Fedora Linux: https://getfedora.org/ Follow the Fedora Podcast: https://podcast.fedoraproject.org Fedora Podcast Chat: https://matrix.to/#/#podcast:fedoraproject.org Connect with our hosts: Eric "the IT Guy" Hendricks: https://twitter.com/itguyeric Fedora Flock, August 2-4, 2023 https://flocktofedora.org Fedora Websites 3.0 Release! https://communityblog.fedoraproject.org/fedora-websites-3-0-release/ Fundamental Theorem of Developing FLOSS https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User_talk:Duffy/FundamentalTheoremOfDevelopingFLOSS Chapters: 00:00 Welcome 04:02 Announcement: Fedora Flock 05:28 Fedora Websites 3.0 10:14 Under the hood 14:51 Managing the upgrade 24:10 What's still to come? 28:26 Getting involved! 39:38 Closing thoughts 43:10 Wrap up
A couple of times a year we get to celebrate the release of a new version of Fedora Linux. The latest version, 38, comes with GNOME 44, security enhancements, and more! Meet one of the new hosts of the Fedora Project Podcast, Eric the IT Guy and join him for his interview with Matthew Miller to discuss the latest release! -- The Fedora Podcast features interviews and talks with the people who make the Fedora community awesome! These folks work on new technologies found in Fedora, produce the distro itself, or help put Fedora into the hands of users. There is so much going on in Fedora that it takes a whole podcast series! Get Started with Fedora Linux: https://getfedora.org Follow the Fedora Podcast: https://podcast.fedoraproject.org Fedora Podcast Chat: https://matrix.to/#/#podcast:fedoraproject.org Connect with us: Eric "the IT Guy" Hendricks: https://twitter.com/itguyeric Matthew Miller: https://twitter.com/mattdm Fedora Magazine: Announcing Fedora Linux 38 https://fedoramagazine.org/announcing-fedora-38/ Fedora Magazine: What’s new in Fedora Workstation 38 https://fedoramagazine.org/whats-new-fedora-38-workstation/ Fedora Linux 39 Landing Page https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/releases/f39/ Chapters 00:00 Stream start 00:51 Release reflections 02:36 Meet Matthew 08:10 Fedora Linux 38 release 12:58 Fedora release cycles 18:00 Under-the-hood of 38 25:54 New Spins in Fedora 37:30 GNOME 44 40:41 Bug reporting 48:46 Closing thoughts 54:09 Wrap up
The Fedora Podcast features interviews and talks with the people who make the Fedora community awesome! These folks work on new technologies found in Fedora, produce the distro itself, or help put Fedora into the hands of users. There is so much going on in Fedora that it takes a whole podcast series! Get Started with Fedora Linux: https://getfedora.org/ Follow the Fedora Podcast: https://podcast.fedoraproject.org Fedora Podcast Chat: https://matrix.to/#/#podcast:fedoraproject.org Connect with our hosts: Eric "the IT Guy" Hendricks: https://twitter.com/itguyeric Joseph Gayoso: https://www.linkedin.com/in/josephgayoso Fedora 38 Elections: https://communityblog.fedoraproject.org/f38-election-nominations-now-open Sudo Show https://sudo.show RHEL Presents: https://red.ht/rhelPresents Into the Terminal: https://red.ht/intoTheTerminal Noah Chelliah, Ask Noah Show: http://www.asknoahshow.com/ Introduce yourself! (2023-Q2) https://discussion.fedoraproject.org/t/introduce-yourself-2023-q2/80286 The Fedora Project Podcast is a proud member of the Tux Digital Network. Chapters 00:00 Stream start 00:18 Introductions 05:46 Upcoming episodes 13:01 Upcoming events 25:20 Getting involved with Fedora 35:34 Vision for Fedora Podcast 40:04 Wrap up
In this episode, Matthew Miller talks about this year's happenings in Fedora. We mentioned Fedora Survey talk at NEST 2021 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_9TIyJFukk) Our NEST 2021 episode (https://podcast.fedoraproject.org/season-two-episode-9-the-host-and-marie/) Ask Fedora (https://ask.fedoraproject.org/) Our Kinoite episode (https://podcast.fedoraproject.org/season-two-episode-5-the-hosts-timothee-and-neal/) Our Gnome episode (https://podcast.fedoraproject.org/season-two-episode-7-the-host-and-allan/) Our Pipewire episode (https://podcast.fedoraproject.org/season-two-episode-2-the-host-wim-and-aleksandra/) Our Fedora Cloud episode (https://podcast.fedoraproject.org/season-two-episode-10-the-host-and-david/) Thanks to Matthew Miller (https://mattdm.org/) for coming on the show! Merry (late) Christmas! 🎄 For the show notes, our chat room, and more, go to https://podcast.fedoraproject.org
21: The Host and David

21: The Host and David

2021-09-2846:14

Season 2 Episode 10 of The Fedora Podcast. This is the podcast to teach you about how the Fedora Project works. In this episode: We speak with David Duncan (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Davdunc) about Fedora cloud. Fedora Cloud downloads here (https://alt.fedoraproject.org/cloud/) Check out the SIG - special interest group wiki page here (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Cloud_SIG) For the show notes, our chat room, and more, go to https://podcast.fedoraproject.org
20: The Host and Marie

20: The Host and Marie

2021-09-1421:07

Season 2 Episode 9 of The Fedora Podcast. This is the podcast to teach you about how the Fedora Project works. In this episode: Marie Nordin talks about Fedora Nest (https://flocktofedora.org/) 2021 In What's going on Fedora, we talked about the upcoming test days: 7–15 Sept — i18n test week (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Day:2021-09-07_I18N_Test_Day) 9–17 Sept — GNOME 41 test week (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Day:2021-09-09_Fedora_35_GNOME_41) 12–20 Sept — Kernel 5.14 test week (http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Day:2021-09-12_Kernel_5.14_Test_Week) 15 Sept — Audio test day (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Day:2021-09-15_Audio_Test_Day) Thanks to Ben Cotton's Friday's Fedora Facts (https://communityblog.fedoraproject.org/fridays-fedora-facts-2021-36/) for the information on this. For the show notes, our chat room, and more, go to https://podcast.fedoraproject.org
19: The Host and Ben

19: The Host and Ben

2021-08-3121:14

In this different style of episode, we are covering one person, and his role in Fedora. This is Season 2, Episode 8 Eduard talked to Ben Cotton (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Bcotton) about his role in Fedora Ben Cotton is the Fedora Program Manager (https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/council/fpgm/) Something Ben launched recently is the Program Management Team (https://communityblog.fedoraproject.org/need-help-the-program-management-team-is-here/) At the end, Eduard mentions the Fedora Join SIG (https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/fedora-join/) For the show notes, our chat room, and more, go to https://podcast.fedoraproject.org
Season 2 Episode 7 of The Fedora Podcast. This is the podcast to teach you about how the Fedora Project works. In this episode: We talk about Gnome 40 (https://forty.gnome.org/) with Allan Day (https://blogs.gnome.org/aday/)! You can read more about Gnome (https://www.gnome.org/) 40 on the Fedora Magazine (https://fedoramagazine.org/fedora-34-feature-focus-updated-activities-overview/). For the show notes, our chat room, and more, go to https://podcast.fedoraproject.org
In this episode: We talk with the Fedora i3 SIG (https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/i3/) about the new Fedora i3 spin (https://spins.fedoraproject.org/en/i3/) Design goals (https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/i3/design-goals/) Fedora Magazine Article (https://fedoramagazine.org/introducing-the-fedora-i3-spin/) IRC room is #fedora-i3 on Libera chat (https://web.libera.chat/#fedora-i3) Matrix room is #fedora-i3:matrix.org (https://matrix.to/#/#fedora-i3:matrix.org) Telegram room (https://t.me/FedoraI3SIG) Mailing list is i3wm@lists.fedoraproject.org (https://lists.fedoraproject.org/admin/lists/i3wm.lists.fedoraproject.org/) We also mention that Fedora NEST (https://flocktofedora.org/) is starting on the 5th of August! Announcement article (https://communityblog.fedoraproject.org/update-nest-with-fedora-cfp-registration-open/) Get your tickets here (https://hopin.com/events/nest-with-fedora-2021) The Fedora Podcast might even be giving a talk! For the show notes, our chat room, and more, go to https://podcast.fedoraproject.org
In this episode: We talk about Fedora Kinoite (https://fedoramagazine.org/discover-fedora-kinoite/) in Fedora with Timothée Ravier (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Siosm). You can learn about this at Timothée's Akademy talk (https://conf.kde.org/event/1/contributions/42/). We also chat with Neal Gompa (https://twitter.com/det_Conan_Kudo/) about the Fedora KDE spin (https://kde.fedoraproject.org/) More KDE spin links: The Fedora media writer is available at getfedora.org (https://getfedora.org) The Fedora KDE spin Matrix room (https://matrix.to/#/!RvzunyTWZGfNxJVQqv:matrix.org?via=libera.chat&via=matrix.org&via=kde.org), and IRC room (https://web.libera.chat/?channels=#fedora-kde) KDE spin issue tracker (https://pagure.io/fedora-kde/SIG/) KDE spin calendar (https://calendar.fedoraproject.org/list/kde-sig/) More Kinoite links: Fedora Kinoite Wiki page (https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/fedora-kinoite/installation/) Special thanks this episode to Ryan Gorley (https://freehive.com/) for his work on the Fedora Podcast artwork! For the show notes, our chat room, and more, go to https://podcast.fedoraproject.org We are a proud member (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/fedora-podcast/) of the Destination Linux Network (https://destinationlinux.network) Thanks to Tricknology (https://open.spotify.com/artist/3FDvVTwe3XjmdNyKoqvHR6?si=OAwevZVhS9mNS7HnP2J8wA) for our music
In this episode: We continue to talk about the change to BTRFS (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Btrfs) in Fedora with Chris Murphy (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Chrismurphy). You can read about this at The Fedora Wiki (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Btrfs). BTRFS transparent compression (https://fedoramagazine.org/fedora-workstation-34-feature-focus-btrfs-transparent-compression/) BTRFS snapshots (https://fedoramagazine.org/btrfs-snapshots-backup-incremental/) Special thanks this episode to Ryan Gorley (https://freehive.com/) for his work on the Fedora Podcast artwork! For the show notes, our chat room, and more, go to https://podcast.fedoraproject.org We are a proud member (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/fedora-podcast/) of the Destination Linux Network (https://destinationlinux.network) Thanks to Tricknology (https://open.spotify.com/artist/3FDvVTwe3XjmdNyKoqvHR6?si=OAwevZVhS9mNS7HnP2J8wA) for our music
In this episode: We talk about the change to BTRFS (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Btrfs) in Fedora with Chris Murphy (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Chrismurphy). You can read about this at The Fedora Wiki (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Btrfs). In "What's going on Fedora?" We've got some reminders, and some news: NEST (https://fedoraproject.fireside.fm/12?t=366) call for papers is still open (https://communityblog.fedoraproject.org/announcing-dates-cfp-for-nest-with-fedora/) AnsibleFest call for papers is open (https://www.ansible.com/ansiblefest) The Annual Fedora Contributor Survey (https://communityblog.fedoraproject.org/help-make-fedora-awesome-by-taking-the-first-annual-contributor-survey/), which we covered (https://fedoraproject.fireside.fm/13?t=1297), is still open until the end of June. Fedora sponsored (https://akademy.kde.org/2021/sponsors#fedora) KDE's Akademy (https://akademy.kde.org/), and The Fedora KDE SIG and I made a video (https://youtu.be/zCFWTtSMbMs?t=2180) We also sponsored The openSUSE Virtual Conference (https://events.opensuse.org/conferences/oSVC21), and have a video (https://streaming.media.ccc.de/oSVC21/relive/3467) Special thanks this episode to Ryan Gorley (https://freehive.com) for his work on the Fedora Podcast artwork! For the show notes, our chat room, and more, go to https://podcast.fedoraproject.org We are a proud member (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/fedora-podcast/) of the Destination Linux Network (https://destinationlinux.network) Thanks to Tricknology (https://open.spotify.com/artist/3FDvVTwe3XjmdNyKoqvHR6?si=OAwevZVhS9mNS7HnP2J8wA) for our music
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Costa, H.T.

painful to listen to. I wouldn't call this model a podcast

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