On this episode of DLN Xtend we talk about the future of communication, and the constant moving target as it relates to switching to any type of new or different platform.
06:43 Ask Noah: Privacy & Security Enhanced with Dr. Andy Yen
15:06 TuxDigital: Windows Users Can’t Seem to Blame Windows For Its Own Problems
20:10 What Applications are Missing in Linux
26:25 Frontpage Linux: Interview with Cassidy James of Elementary OS
31:20 Hosts Related Interests
42:31 Wrap Up
App Recommendations for natalx
What Applications are Missing in Linux (Comments from the Community)
esbeeb says "We just probably need to hire great UX people to improve the workflow of the apps. Totally agree. UX means so very very much to overall success these days. But many Linux geeks seem to have this puzzlingly locked-on focus on super low level things, quibbling a little too much about totally revamping major low-level subsystems that unfortunately only make things just a little bit better, at the end of the day. If they took that same attention to detail to the UX, they would make 10x the impact on the world, IMHO.
jastombaugh says “@gabmus Absolutely perfectly worded!!! Thank you for posting this. Your point makes total sense, and I wish I had the power to point this out in so many other forums and on a host of podcasts. There is a huge need for Open Source UX designers. I just wish we had the ‘Designers Toolkit’ that could enable these people to ‘rearrange a programs ‘flowchart’ of operations’ or ‘grab an icon/window element’ and edit it. Obviously, I can’t begin to imagine what kind of a powerful program it would take to implement this. But if there was only some way that would enable OS UX Designers to apply ‘UX-Interfaces’ to applications in a similar way that themes can be applied to Desktop Environments. I can dream, can’t I?”
natalx says “I would like to see GOG Galaxy released on linux.”
– MiniGalaxy- https://github.com/sharkwouter/minigalaxy “recommendation to Natalx gog galaxy request”
Host related interest (31:20-
Been trying out Nitrux for the weird distro
Game recommendation - Congolomerte 451
RawTherapee Lens Blur Recovery on v 5.8
-Gave it a go on an image I created over the 4th of July weekend.
-Virtual installation party for openSUSE Leap 15.2 live stream – more people there than I expected
Updated openSUSE Wiki docs
Matt (Twitter @MattDLN)