This week we have an incredible interview in store for you with the founder of Open Source Ecology, Marcin Jakubowski, a company that is using open source to change industrial machines, and much more, as we know it. In our Gaming section, we’ll discuss the new Left 4 Dead DLC that dropped from Valve! Later in the show we’ll give you our popular tips/tricks and software picks. Plus so much more, on this week’s episode of Destination Linux.

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Segment Index

  • 00:00 = Coming up on DL194
  • 00:47 = Welcome to Destination Linux
  • 01:07 = Michael’s Week: New DestinationLinux.Network website launched!
  • 02:30 = Noah’s Week: Raspberry Pi Rigorous Testing
  • 03:38 = Ryan’s Week: Trying Out Fedora 33 Beta
  • 07:53 = Digital Ocean – App Platform Service ( )
  • 08:47 = Community Feedback: Home Surveilance Systems
  • 13:28 = How to send feedback into the show
  • 14:05 = Interview with Marcin Jakubowski of Open Source Ecology
  • 50:59 = Security Advisory: Privacy Focused Search Engines
  • 51:26 = Bitwarden – Password Manager ( )
  • 52:21 = Gaming: New Left 4 Dead DLC Update!
  • 54:03 = Tip of the Week: /run
  • 55:42 = Software Spotlight: RawTherapee on Pinebook Pro
  • 58:02 = Outro: Become a Patron of DL
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  • 58:40 = Outro: Join the DLN Community
  • 59:07 = Outro: Check out the DestinationLinux.Network website
  • 59:28 = Outro: The Journey Itself . . .
  • 59:40 = Outro: Preview of the Patron Post Show


  1. Avatar for Eltuxo Eltuxo says:

    I’ve listened to the show, and i must say, this is a great idea. Reminds me of the 60’s.
    Although it’s possible to do what they’re doing, i think for now, this can only be done in the U.S.
    For instance, where i live, Flanders Belgium, there’s no way you can “order” let’s say, a farming machine, or a house and build it yourself. There are tons of legal restrictions that will tell you that you can’t do that. And I’m afraid that counts for the whole of Europe. Europe protects it’s manufacturers (which in turn pay politicians for their “support”) and keep initiatives like these at bay.
    I fully support the idea and methods described in the idea of ose, because they work.
    “If you can’t fix it, you don’t own it”, could be the battle cry for this initiative.
    I think that if we want to have an open source ecology in Europe, we have to start with the politicians first. And they get influenced by the people. (Although that’s not entirely true. especially where i live, but that’s something for another topic).
    I’d like to see this take hold in Europe as well. It would change so many things.

  2. Avatar for ak2020 ak2020 says:

    Thanks everyone - excellent show and a top project to highlight via fascinating interview with Marcin! I had a similar experience as a research student, leading me to move into teaching for a few years as I could see the impact in society of work I was doing literally on a daily basis :slight_smile: Now that I’m looking to break back into IT development I do have my eye on a number of projects to contribute to in medium term, and this is one of them :+1:

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