Kubuntu Podcast 17

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Show Hosts

Ovidiu-Florin Bogdan

Rick Timmis

Aaron Honeycutt (Video/Audio Podcast Production)


What have we (the hosts) been doing ?

  • Aaron
    • Getting ready for Hurricane Matt in Florida
  • Rick
    • ???
  • Ovidiu
    • ???

Sponsor: Big Blue Button

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Those of you that have attended the Kubuntu parties, will have seen our Big Blue Button conference and online education service.

Video, Audio, Presentation, Screenshare and whiteboard tools.

We are very grateful to Fred Dixon and the team at BigBlueButton.org go check out their project.

Kubuntu News

Elevator Picks

Identify, install and review one app each from the Discover software center and do a short screen demo and review.

In Focus

Sponsor: Linode


Linode, an awesome VPS with super fast SSD’s, Data connections, and top notch support. We have worked out a sponsorship for a server to build packages quicker and get to our users faster.

Instantly deploy and get a Linode Cloud Server up and running in seconds with your choice of Linux distro, resources, and node location.

  • SSD Storage
  • 40Gbit Network
  • Intel E5 Processors

BIG SHOUT OUT to Linode for working with us!

Kubuntu Developer Feedback

  • Clive became a Kubuntu Developer!!!

Game On 

  • The Linux Gamer interview

Questions about Gaming on Linux:

  1. Who are you and what do you do?
  2. What makes a Game developer want to bring their AAA game to Linux?
  3. Has stores like Humble Bundle, Indie Gala helped Linux gaming?
  4. Are Linux graphics drivers getting better?
  5. What are your thoughts on Vulkan?

TLG YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/tuxreviews

TLG Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thelinuxgamer

Listener Feedback

  • From: Snowhog @ https://www.kubuntuforums.net/

    I just want to express my thanks for all the hard work developers and testers put into the Kubuntu/KDE/Plasma projects. So few of you; so many of us, and the “us’s” always seem to want ‘more’, and tend to, more often than not, complain about what isn’t included and what isn’t working instead of praising that which is and does.

    For me, and with very few exceptions since I first started using Kubuntu in 2007, Kubuntu has simply just worked. I am constantly amazed that such a robust and feature filled operating system is available to everyone for free (free to me). The developers and testers simply don’t receive the credit and gratitude you all have earned.

    So, again, from one of the “us’s”, THANK YOU!

    Please feel free to pass this along.

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