Our neighbors sailed north of us and the water around them froze over, they just sent me this photo.

New gaming video. In this one we play Carrion on Linux. An indie retro game for Steam, Switch, and Xbox.
Highly recommend this game for pretty much anyone.

Some work I've done on a photo I took of a wrecked Chevy Cobalt in a junkyard.
Done on Linux using GIMP 2.10.
Also using G'MIC plug-in inside of GIMP.
G'MIC is an image processing lab with hundreds of filters and processes.


Android 11 is out!
Everything you need to know, including:
The big architectural changes behind the scenes.
Every major new feature.

Part 2 of The Guide to Linux Music & Audio Production: Studio Distros.
Explores KX-Studio, Ubuntu Studio, and AVLinux.

I'm enjoying @1br0wn's paper, "Interoperability as a tool for competition regulation", explaining how governments can use open standards like ActivityPub to break up Big Tech monopolies. Really interesting reading, and it cites Mastodon specifically as a place where interoperability has benefits to content moderation (which is something I've been saying for years!)


(h/t @doctorow for linking this!)

cc @cwebber

Kdenlive 20.04 is a BIG update, even bigger than 19.08.
We now have motion tracking, pitch adjustment, multiple resolution playback, but most importantly the performance is amazing.
In this video we're going to go over everything new in Kdenlive 20.04.


Introducing Inkscape 1.0! After a little over three years in development, we're excited to launch this long-awaited version for Windows and Linux (and the macOS preview) Watch the release video (inkscape.org/release-video-1-0) and download it here: inkscape.org/release/inkscape-

Note: If the download link doesn't work, check back a little later. The files are being propagated across our CDN.

New video taking a look at Darktable 3: The FREE & OPEN SOURCE alternative to Adobe's Lightroom, made by professionals for professionals!

@jessewebb store.steampowered.com/bundle/ Steam advertised me this bundle that's currently on sale. I was thinking these games looked like some that you would be interested in, I don't know when the bundle sale ends.

Big projects are always a challenge.. I released part 1 of my Guide to Producing Music on Linux on Dec.14, and here we are nearly three months later and I'm not done with pt. 2 of at least 3. And then I start shorter projects because in order to grow I have to release content. "Short" videos sometimes end up not so short too. I need to stay focused and motivated.

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