Episode 21: The Twelve Months of Linux Discoveries (Part 1)
My Linux journey this year has been nothing short of amazing. But I didn't realize HOW amazing sitting down to prepare for this special 2-parter. In this episode, I recall my most impactful Linux discoveries (and lessons learned) from the first half of 2019.
Plus: A Discovery of the Week for people who love their local music libraries!
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- What's your most amazing 2019 Linux discovery? [Destination Linux Community]
- Video: Exploring music and Lollypop on elementary OS
- Discover of the Week: Lollypop [FlatHub]
- January 2019: The Linux Community Challenge
- February 2019: The Ugly Truth About Gaming Without Windows
- March: System76 Nails Gaming For Nvidia And AMD Users
- March 2019: Jason discovers the glory of bash scripts via Fedora 29
- April 2019: I fell in love with Xfce
- May 2019: I started my first GitHub project
- June 2019: Btw I Installed Arch...
- My GitHub Project: Contributing To FOSS
- Christmas Student Contest: Win a System76 Thelio!