Kdenlive, AppImageLauncher, openSUSE Tumbleweed, Linux Elitism, KDE Plasma SDK, 2020 Linux Hopes and Dreams, New DLN Podcast | DLN Xtend
January 16th, 2020
41 mins 35 secs
About this Episode
This week Nate talks about his admiration for Kdenlive and even using it to editing audio. Who knew? Eric gets back to making YouTube videos, in particular one on AppImageLauncher.
The community segment is on a topic Eric started about the best dIstro and DE combo for workstations. He ended up giving openSUSE Tumbleweed a try much to Nate's delight. We discuss the magic of Tumbleweed snapshots.
As a reminder in case you missed it, last week we had Wendy Hill as a guest to tell us how she uses darktable as a professional photographer. Absolutely worth a listen if you have any interest in photography.
Destination Linux brought up the issue of elitism in Linux this week and we give a few thoughts on both sides of the argument.
The subject of backing up settings and deploying them on KDE Plasma came up this week on Destination Linux. Nate explains how this works by installing an SDK.
We talk about our Linux "hopes and dreams" for 2020. Eric hopes for good Linux options for mobile devices, especially on tablets and Nate wishes that more companies develop professional software for Linux.
There is a special Destination Linux Network announcement this week in the form of a new podcast. Hardware Addicts will focus on hardware that works with Linux, from single board computers to high-end AMD systems. Look for the first episode to land in the coming week.
That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse, Telegram, Mumble and Discord servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows and creators (like Eric and Nate for example) is available at destinationlinux.network.
Until next time, see yas!