Episode 251: The Qt and the Ugly
After we make ourselves at Gnome, we look at some future open source goodies coming your way, look at how Canonical’s upstream pitch, and get excited about the next great Linux filesystem hope.
Plus Chris’ first wreck on the road to Texas, Thunderbolt networking, and our results from the best Linux laptop for 2018.
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- Anonymous Donor Pledges $1M Donation Over Two Years – GNOME
- Thunderbolt Networking on Linux
- Major Release Endless OS 3.4
- JB Telegram Texas Group
- JB Texas Shirt! — For the first time JB will be present at Texas Linux Fest June 8 & 9. (Event info: https://2018.texaslinuxfest.org/) We'd love to see as many of these shirts (or any other JB shirt) at the fest!
- Ubuntu's Mark Shuttleworth pulls no punches on Red Hat and VMware in OpenStack cloud
- 2018 KDE Connect Development Sprint
- Bcachefs File-System Is Working On Going Upstream In The Linux Kernel
- NetBSD Network Stack Audit
- slowmoVideo: Official slowmoVideo repository
- Fedora 26 end of life approaching
- Some Of The Features Expected For Fedora 29
- SEGA Mega Drive and Genesis Classics now officially supports Linux with a big update
- Downloads - RED Digital Cinema
- This 38-inch Curved Monitor from LG has a Ryzen CPU and Supports Ubuntu
- Dell Unveils New Ubuntu Laptops
- Best Linux Laptop for 2018 - Results - Straw Poll
- Dom's List