Ask Lunduke is a weekly podcast where the community can ask any question they like… and I (attempt to) answer them.

This episode of Ask Lunduke is available two ways:

  • At Patreon to all Patrons of The Lunduke Journal.

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Topics on Ask Lunduke this week:

  • If you had to give up all of my computing devices… which would you miss the most?

  • If you could create a vintage, 8-bit computer… what would it be like?

  • Why does Windows 10 suck?

  • If a book contains GPL code, does the GPL license apply to the book text?

  • Do you have, or did, you ever have a pull-list at the local comic shop? If so, what was on the list?

  • Would you consider supporting alternative operating systems that are open source variants of classic operating systems – like Windows 3 or IBM's OS/2?

  • If open source has won the “proprietary vs open source” battle, how does Free Software win?

  • How do you keep up on news without Social Media?

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“Ask Lunduke” is replacing the long-running “Linux Thursday” show. If you enjoyed Linux Thursday, you'll dig Ask Lunduke.

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