Season 1 - Episode 1
Ubuntu 18.04 as a base, ubuntufied Gnome, QT-based DEs, graphics cards, Windows as a service, ownership, designer Mozilla, Kai OS, discovery stories
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18.04.1 and things based off it (or are going to be), Linux Mint 19,
Elementary OS, KDE Neon, Zorin OS
Gnome 3 and Ubuntu switching to it, stock gnome 3 vs “Ubuntufied
Gnome 3 shell”
KDE 5 and KDE Neon, design and system resources, LXQT as a
“lightweight” desktop environment
We briefly talk about Nvidia and AMD cards and drivers and what to
buy and what’s most compatible
Microsoft’s Windows as a
buying a computer without Windows. Rejecting the Windows license,
custom built PCs, System 76 and
Entroware Should we always attempt to own/jailbreak/reinstall everything?
While devices like the Kindle are worth jailbreaking for the extra
features, the risk of bricking is high in many cases because of
artificial barriers put in place by the manufacturers. Couldn't they
just allow us to use the things we buy as we please, even if it
meant voiding the warranty?
Halt and Catch Fire
Waste of time or a good thing to show that an open source project
can be a “designer item” and a “brand”
Kai OS, based on Firefox OS
is now more popular then iOS in India. Briefly our “discovery story” and what makes us passionate about
Linux, what motivates us to organise the DLUG, attend conferences
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