An open show powered by community LINUX Unplugged takes the best attributes of open collaboration and turns it into a weekly show about Linux.
Is Ham Radio a natural hobby for Linux users? An old friend joins us to explain where the two overlap.
We get the inside scoop on SouthEast LinuxFest, and share a few stories from the early days of the Linux community.
We attempt to swap Linux distributions live on our production server, to prove that new tooling makes the Linux distro model obsolete.
We take a "Rust-only tools" challenge for a week and admit what worked, and what sucked. Plus, a surprise guest.
How we found peace with the Linux community’s perpetual debates; and our tricks for finding the signal from the noise.
The push for free software takes years, maybe even generations. Brent gets the inside story from the Free Software Foundation Europe.
The first new desktop environment in a while that has caught our attention, and it promises to unlock the full power of cutting-edge Linux.
Two listeners race to set up a web server on Suicide Linux. One slip-up and it's all gone. Who will survive?
Why Fedora 38 might Sway you to try it; and how it runs on the MacBook M1 Max.
We surprise each other with three secret topics, with one big catch.
We try out the most secure messaging app in the world, and Wes’ new note system that's so great you’ll want to abandon your current one.
Why using the iPhone makes it harder to run Linux; Chris follows up on his four-month-long challenge to ditch iOS for GrapheneOS.
Plus, Brent's extended stay in Berlin has led to some developments you won't want to miss.