511: Accepting the Future
510: Thinking in Decades
509: The Next Gen Desktop
508: The Worst Distro Ever
507: Full Wobble
506: Three Wild and Crazy Topics
505: Keep Your Darn Secrets
504: It's a Trap!
503: Berlin with Brent
502: Docker Shocker
501: Fat Stacks for Flatpaks
500: Our Biggest Announcement Yet
499: 'velopers Choose Snap
498: Rolling Papercuts
497: More Features? More Problems.
496: Tux in the Hen House
495: The Moment of Truth
494: Updating Our Fiddly Bits
493: Network Nirvana
492: A New Challenge Approaches
That was one hell of a rant. Wow. Everyone in the Linux and FOSS community needs to listen to this!
This episode had me so excited to finally hear someone talking about Jellyfin. Since I am barely dipping my toes into Linux, transcoding has been more important for me since I share this with friends and often use my server remotely. It's been a hassle, but I've got it to work on bare metal configuration. I had to use VA-API instead of QSV, but I wish I knew more to know if I'm truly utilizing my server's transcoding ability.
thank you for this episode
I love the "NEXT TUUESDAAAAY!!!" outro, but then again, I'm new to the show lol
47:40: good MD editor for researching and also has export options: https://github.com/Zettlr/Zettlr
12:53: wayland support start
Thanks for this episode! I like that attitude towards MS, i.e. let them have their strategies and marketing but don't let this distract through fear and anger. Rise above it. Linux people should continue to be the best by begin welcoming to users and continue to be the most creative IT community. Keep with the humility and openness. (Back when I worked for SUN Microsystems, I was irritated by the animosity between databases engineers and Java programmers. It was quite childish.)
I'm pleased to hear common lisp and emacs named in the show even as a joke.
"the control panel is a dumpster fire"
46:12: jc command, pipe to for creating JSON output from regular commands?
What is the telegram group ID that is not "Linux unplugged". Also can't find it anywhere!
i really loved the info and experience exchange in this episode. Nice work. Looking forward to more of this style.
14:03: that is going to be a game changer for the people who bbn like tiling window managers...I am definitely going to have to check that out! I definitely look forward to pop-shell 😁
My favorite podcast right now is Linux Unplugged by Jupiter Broadcasting. A must listen for any fan of FOSS.
28:50: popos upgrade really awesome, hop to different versions of ubuntu
get latest cpux app image here: https://github.com/X0rg/CPU-X/releases/latest