Watch on: YouTube - Archive.org In this episode of The Lunduke Hour I talk with the Chairman of the openSUSE Project, Richard Brown, about the new release (Leap 42.3). While here, I pick his brain on application packaging and his upcoming talk at GUADEC. This Episode Sponsored by System76: https://system76.com Pogo Linux: http://www.pogolinux.com/ Viewers like you: Patreon More Stuff to Know An Audio Podcast RSS feed for this show is available to all contributors via Patreon.
Yeah, baby! The House of Lunduke BBS is up and running! A little slice of BBS history I love BBSing. It’s a huge part of my childhood – and remains an enjoyable hobby for me to this day. If you’re not sure what BBSing is or how to try it out… click on the “BBS” link at the top of the page. I’ve got a (very short) little primer there to get you started exploring.
I’ve been sick for a week straight. Not complaining or anything… wait. Yes I am. I’m complaining. This suuuuucks. About a week and a half ago we began hearing rumors of a killer illness. Some sort of mutant virus concocted by an evil scientest in his secret volcano lair. This bad-boy has it all. Fever. Cough. Aches. Pains. Oozing awfulness. We thought we dodged that bullet. My daughter’s summer vacation started this last Tuesday – which meant that we wouldn’t be exposed to quite so many illnesses (any parent knows that kids, especially those in the lower grades, tend to bring home eleventy-billion colds every year).