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Interview Guest:
Jeremy Kauffman, CEO & Founder of LBRY
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Topics covered in this episode:

DL Hosts’ Week in Linux:
Eric = Ubuntu 20.04 Testing, Learning JACK Audio & Reaper
Ryan = made a video about the ElGato Stream Deck Mini for Linux
Michael = Working on a Super Secret Project for DLN & a LOT of Testing of LBRY

Community Feedback:
NVidia’s Geforce Now
Website Development Tips on Linux

Interview with Jeremy Kauffman, CEO & Founder of LBRY!

Conglomerate 451 (Cyberpunk RPG game)

Software Spotlight:
Stacer is an open source system optimizer and monitor.

Tips & Tricks:
Keyboard Shortcut to Show Hidden Files
Ctrl+H is essentially a universal shortcut these days.


  1. Good show. I’ve used LBRY on and off for about a year. It’s made a lot of improvements during that time.

  2. I’ve just started using over the last couple of weeks - and I have to say I’m mostly impressed with it!

  3. I tried LBRY, but it directly adds 800 MB to your system, because it is started at login. So I disabled the start at login and I probably will only use it through my browser Firefox.

  4. Great interview with Jeremy Kauffman, and I give him kudos for the ambitious spec he and his team came up with, which underlies lbry.tv. lbry.tv has a lot going on behind the scenes: an open protocol (a bit like ActivityPub), an electronic currency, wallet servers, greylisting, blacklisting, etc.

  5. It can be substantially more depending on whether you are downloading and sharing the videos you watch. I’m up to 11 GB at the moment but I am alright with that because of how it distributes content.

    I was not aware of this. I’d be happy to try it once the Linux version is available. I’ll echo that the German-only website is difficult for me to use. Not sure if you have plans to translate it but I think it would be a good idea.

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