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No notes. No prep. Just 4 passionate content creators gathering for a broad, unfiltered discussion about Valve's Steam Deck. It's an epic 2 hour Linux gaming crossover! For authenticity, this entire episode was hosted, recorded, edited and published on Jason's Steam Deck! This entire episode is also available to watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/lzjmPmfLB-o Special Guests: Gardiner Bryant, Liam Dawe, and Nick.
Linus dropped my name on The WAN Show, Valve has big plans for AMD's FSR, YouTube dislikes your dislikes, the COVID face mask life in video games, ProtonUP gets a GUI, and more! 📧 Subscribe to my "Tech For Everyone" newsletter at https://techforeveryone.net! ☁️ Special thanks to this video's sponsor, LINODE! We're building a few projects and new community features over at Linode, and can't wait to unveil them. Go to https://Linode.com/LinuxForEveryone, and get a $100 credit towards your own awesome projects! 🐧Linux For Everyone is also made possible by a long-term partnership with TUXEDO Computers. Check them out at https://tuxedocomputers.com 👉 L4E MERCH US Store: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/L4EStore/ EU Store: https://shop.spreadshirt.co.uk/L4EStore/ 👉 PATRONS GET EXCLUSIVE CONTENT: https://patreon.com/linuxforeveryone 👉 L4E GROUP CHAT Matrix: https://matrix.to/#/#Linux4Everyone:matrix.org Telegram Group: https://t.me/Linux4Everyone Telegram Channel: https://t.me/L4Enews Discord: https://discord.gg/R3JDS4s 👉 L4E SOCIAL MEDIA Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@Linux4Everyone Twitter: https://twitter.com/Linux4Everyone
Episode 56: Nicco Loves KDE

Episode 56: Nicco Loves KDE

2021-11-1201:22:34

Please welcome our very special guest Niccolò "Nicco" Venerandi! Nicco is KDE's Consistency Goalkeeper, and joins us to discuss what it's like working with the KDE team, as well as offering his own unique take on a topic that's making big waves in the Linux community: System76 allegedly ditching GNOME and developing its own desktop for Pop OS. There's lots of software picks, updates on our passion projects (like Games For Everyone (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbRPZ11S1quJ4ESoj42A3ug) launching!) and a ton of KDE love. THANKS TO LINODE FOR SPONSORING THIS EPISODE! GO TO WWW.LINODE.COM/LINUXFOREVERYONE TO GET A $100 60-DAY CREDIT FOR YOUR NEXT AWESOME LINUX PROJECT. Special Guest: Niccolò Venerandi.
Welcome back to Linux For Everyone, welcome /Home, and get ready for our longest episode ever! We kick things off with some outstanding job news from Schykle, then Jerry tells a horror story about his phone eavesdropping on his friends. We also catch up on our individual privacy journeys that kicked off in Episode 54. After that, Jerry drives the Software Spotlight by expressing his love for the ridiculously useful media tool Rapid Photo Downloader. The middle section of the show is highlighted by an illuminating interview with Mycroft AI founder Joshua Montgomery, that reaches into Mycroft's roots and its potential. Joshua also argues for privacy initiatives like the right to be forgotten, as well as the "corporate death penalty." But he also offers hope for the future of smart speakers and virtual assistants. We're even treated to the first "public" reading of his new children's book! In the back half, Schykle and Jason launch the new "Tech For Everyone" segment by discussing their shared love of the Apple M1 systems, Asahi Linux, setting up a Time Machine server on Fedora, and a related chat about the Linux and Apple software ecosystems. Kick back, grab your favorite beverage, and let's dive in to this monster! THANKS TO LINODE FOR SPONSORING THIS EPISODE! GO TO WWW.LINODE.COM/LINUXFOREVERYONE (https://LINODE.COM/LINUXFOREVERYONE) TO GET A $100 60-DAY CREDIT FOR YOUR NEXT AWESOME LINUX PROJECT. Special Guest: Joshua Montgomery.
The brand new L4E Show is here! Jason, Jerry and Schykle talk about their recent passion projects, then get into a somewhat disturbing conversation about the creeping invasion of our online privacy. Plus, a Software Spotlight and a proper introduction to our new co-hosts! WATCH THE NEW VIDEO VERSION HERE (https://youtu.be/EPM3_ZkEKGM). ☁️ Special thanks to this video's sponsor, LINODE! We're building a few sites and new community features over at Linode, and can't wait to unveil them. Go to https://Linode.com/LinuxForEveryone, and get a $100 credit towards your own awesome projects. 🐧Linux For Everyone is also made possible by a longterm partnership with TUXEDO Computers. Check them out at https://tuxedocomputers.com
All good things must come to an end, but sometimes they're reborn into something better. Jason says goodbye to Linux For Everyone as you know it and reveals NEW co-hosts, then has a lengthy and relaxed conversation with System76 Happiness Architect Aaron Honeycutt. Aaron and Jason chat about working at System76, Snap vs Flatpak, expensive shipping, COVID, Linux gaming, window tiling, Valve's Steam Deck, and a little bit more Linux gaming! Towards the end, Jason wraps it up with some hopes and concerns about Valve's Steam Deck. 🐧LINUX FOR EVERYONE CONTENT IS MADE POSSIBLE THANKS TO A PARTNERSHIP WITH TUXEDO COMPUTERS🐧 Special Guest: Aaron Honeycutt.
Welcome to a special community-powered episode discussing Valve's newly announced Steam Deck! It's a product destined to send positive ripples throughout the entire Linux ecosystem, but there's so much to unpack, and a few things to criticize. Let's get into it! 🐧LINUX FOR EVERYONE CONTENT IS MADE POSSIBLE THANKS TO A PARTNERSHIP WITH TUXEDO COMPUTERS🐧
🐧There's good news and bad news about the Pulse 15 laptop's battery life. And I've got a Discovery of the Week that's a handy hardware helper! Plus an apology about a recent episode. Then we'll get down to business with a conversation about Powershell... on Linux. Welcome to Episode 51! LINUX FOR EVERYONE CONTENT IS MADE POSSIBLE THANKS TO TUXEDO COMPUTERS🐧 Special Guest: Avri Roth.
To celebrate 50 episodes of Linux For Everyone, Jason is answering a BUNCH of your questions about Linux, hardware, coffee habits, music creation, living in Croatia, and much more! Enjoy, and thank you for being part of this awesome journey. 🐧LINUX FOR EVERYONE CONTENT IS MADE POSSIBLE THANKS TO TUXEDO COMPUTERS🐧 👉Thumbnail background design: https://github.com/BaldPolnareff 👉AMA #1: https://www.linux4everyone.com/17-ask-me-anything-community-special 👉L4E GitHub Repo: https://github.com/Linux-For-Everyone/linuxforeveryone 👉 L4E MERCH: US Store: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/L4EStore/ EU Store: https://shop.spreadshirt.co.uk/L4EStore/ 👉 L4E GROUP CHAT: Telegram Group: https://t.me/Linux4Everyone Telegram Channel: https://t.me/L4Enews Discord: https://discord.gg/R3JDS4s 👉 L4E SOCIAL MEDIA: Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@Linux4Everyone Twitter: https://twitter.com/Linux4Everyone
🐧LINUX FOR EVERYONE CONTENT IS MADE POSSIBLE THANKS TO TUXEDO COMPUTERS🐧 Linux + Coffee is back! Jason and Schykle have a serious chat about Valve's alleged SteamPal console. Can it succeed? Who's this device for? What marketing and technical challenges will Valve face along the way? Plus, some elementary OS 6 and AppCenter discussion, and an awesome life update from Schykle! 👉 WATCH THIS EPISODE ON: Odysee: https://odysee.com/@LinuxForEveryone:9/can-steampal-really-succeed-linux-+:7 YouTube: https://youtu.be/z7RgchcGwko 👉 LINKS MENTIONED: Ars Technica piece: https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2021/05/exclusive-valve-is-making-a-switch-like-portable-gaming-pc/ elementary OS Beta: https://blog.elementary.io/elementary-os-6-odin-beta/ 👉 VIDEO PRODUCED WITH: Pop OS 20.10 TUXEDO Pulse 15 Laptop Kdenlive 👉 L4E MERCH: US Store: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/L4EStore/ EU Store: https://shop.spreadshirt.co.uk/L4EStore/ 👉 L4E GROUP CHAT: Matrix: https://matrix.to/#/#Linux4Everyone:matrix.org Telegram Group: https://t.me/Linux4Everyone Telegram Channel: https://t.me/L4Enews Discord: https://discord.gg/R3JDS4s 👉 L4E SOCIAL MEDIA: Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@Linux4Everyone Twitter: https://twitter.com/Linux4Everyone Facebook: https://facebook.com/Linux4Everyone Special Guest: Schykle (aka Alan Diggs).
The word of the day is: BROWSERS! Jason sits down with former Purism CTO Zlatan Todoric and former Private Internet Access CFO Alex Lee to talk about Shells.com, a service that promises to turn anything with a browser into a secure virtual Linux (or Windows, or Android) desktop. Speaking of browsers, how about a Discovery of the Week that blows away Apple's Airdrop functionality? It's free, it works on any device, and it's awesome. 🐧ALL LINUX FOR EVERYONE CONTENT IS MADE POSSIBLE BY TUXEDO COMPUTERS🐧 Special Guests: Alex Lee and Zlatan Todoric.
Jason sits down with legendary Bash creator Brian Fox to discuss his early days with Richard Stallman, the legacy of Bash, our ongoing privacy battle, and his brand new project called Orchid. PLUS: An update from Lenovo's Mark Pearson on the company's Linux hardware initiative, a gorgeous new laptop from TUXEDO Computers, and a Discovery of the Week that solves your backup and restore issues. 🐧ALL LINUX FOR EVERYONE CONTENT IS MADE POSSIBLE BY TUXEDO COMPUTERS🐧 Special Guest: Brian Fox.
Welcome back to the conclusion of my interview with System 76 Principal Engineer Jeremy Soller! In our 2nd hour, we cover everything from VR gaming to in-house laptops to the importance of firmware. There's also a rather passionate rant about Audacity's now-infamous Pull Request #835. Plus, a new Discovery of the Week, and a new rabbit hole: servers! 🐧ALL LINUX FOR EVERYONE CONTENT IS MADE POSSIBLE BY TUXEDO COMPUTERS🐧 Special Guest: Jeremy Soller.
The podcast comes roaring back to life with part 1 of a massive interview featuring Linux ninja Jeremy Soller of System76. Plus, Jason introduces and demos a new Discovery of the Week that anyone with a PC microphone will appreciate! There's also more details about our longterm partnership with TUXEDO Computers, and a look ahead! Welcome back, and welcome /Home Special Guest: Jeremy Soller.
Let's make Wednesdays awesome again! Here's a brief update before new weekly episodes of Linux For Everyone start roaring back onto your podcast player. In short: a renewed sense of purpose, new energy, new website, new GitHub Repo (https://github.com/KillYourFM/linuxforeveryone), new Matrix channel (https://matrix.to/#/#Linux4Everyone:matrix.org)... For more info, just click that Play button!
Welcome back! We have some serious catching up to do. Episode 45 kicks off with some big announcements about Tech For Everyone and a new platform I'm working for. Later, there's some nerdy spoken word about why we use and love the command line. Then we get into the Garuda Linux Community Challenge! The second half of the show features my interview with Thomas of Drauger OS.
This is a personal story about music, 30 years in the making. It's a cautionary, creative tale about creating. It's a warning that time is not on our side. It's here to motivate you, to fire you up, and to make you start DOING something you've probably wanted to do for years. Just don't make my mistake. Watch the fully produced video featuring me and Jerry Morrison at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BiOkl5ARO04 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BiOkl5ARO04)
Meet the Pro1-X, a beautiful high-spec physical keyboard smartphone that offers LineageOS, Ubuntu Touch or Android right out of the box. Enjoy this exclusive Linux For Everyone interview with the team behind the phone, learn more about the partnership with XDA and much more! You can also watch this interview (and see lots of great footage of the phone itself) at youtube.com/LinuxForEveryone!
After Episode 43, it was time to have a serious discussion about the Linux community with my two favorite co-hosts. Linux + Coffee returns with both Schykle and Matt and the topic is a serious one: Gatekeeping, tribalism and toxicity in the Linux community. Why does it happen, and HOW do we deal with it? It's a thought-provoking conversation and we hope you enjoy it. Special Guests: MattDLN and Schykle (aka Alan Diggs).
A stripped down episode, this is a heart-to-heart chat between me and you about the Linux community, burnout, detours, and things you never expect to face.
Comments (9)

Ada Nemet

Thanks for inviting Schyken, great conversation!

Apr 6th
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elrey741

23:10: for an office sweet that is compatible with Excel and Word you should checkout onlyoffice (they have a snap for ubuntu) https://www.onlyoffice.com/download-desktop.aspx they seem to have the best compatibility with Microsoft Office.

Nov 30th
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elrey741

1:5:10: really awesome how they got the name Thelio for their desktop name 😁 really like the io 🙂

Nov 24th
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Marden

I really like the short episodes to listen in the bus.

Oct 29th
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elrey741

7:33: really cool tools

Oct 17th
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Jim Bob

Followed you here from Linux Choice, this podcast has joined the toolbox I use to help nudge people away from Windows. Keep up the sterling work 👍

Aug 28th
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Marden

Very fun episode, I remembered when I started with Linux.

Aug 1st
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