Hey everyone! I decided to move the live stream for This Week in Linux to 1 Hour earlier so from now on it will be 1PM Eastern time on Saturdays. :D
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Tux Digital / the legendary Michael Tunnell: This Week in Linux | Episode 113.
-Red Hat announces their Flatpak Runtime for Desktop Containers.
-Darktable announced the 3.2 release of their Open Source RAW photo editor.
-LibRetro announced the release of RetroArch 1.9.0.
-KDE ships the 20.08 updates for their Application Suite and KDE Neon has been rebased on Ubuntu 20.04.
Centralized is a good thing. Decentralized "universal" app format is not a true universal format. Flatpak learned that the hard way.
Most people are unfair to Canonical these days, to be blunt, I think you may just have developed distrust because of the toxicity that has been spread towards them. Canonical has done the most for Desktop Linux than any other company ever yet they always seem to get hostility.
Snap data is usage like downloads and distros used, not user data.
I like and use Snaps. My video was to call out Mint for their posturing and their false claims about Snaps. They claimed a lot of things that are simply not true.
I think Mint is taking advantage of Ubuntu while also yelling at them and that's sleazy.
I don't think my video was clear on my position after watching it again.
So not only do I disagree with Mint, I think Snaps are good overall even with the flaws that are there.
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On this episode @MichaelTunnell@twitter.com covers @Krita_Painting@twitter.com, @FFmpeg@twitter.com, @email@example.com on Linux, postmarketOS PinePhone @firstname.lastname@example.org and so much more!
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On this week's episode of Your Source for Linux GNews: Michael covers @Fedora@twitter.com 32, @Inkscape@twitter.com 1.0, PopOS, and all of the 20.04 releases for the #Ubuntu Flavours. Don't miss this one!
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@unklebonehead I have not had the time to explain how I do it or make a video about it yet. I will be doing it soon its in the short list of content to make.
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