This week on Destination Linux, we have a special guest joining us to discuss GNOME 40, we’re going to be interviewing the Executive Director of GNOME, Neil McGovern, about the upcoming GNOME 40 release. We’re also going to discussing a new Linux based tablet that is entering the market. Then we’ll let you know what you can expect to see in the upcoming Fedora 34. Plus we’ve also got our famous tips, tricks and software picks. All of this and so much more this week on Destination Linux. So whether you’re brand new to Linux and open source or a guru of sudo. This is the podcast for you.

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  1. This made me laugh out loud! Besides all his other talents, @MichaelTunnell is also an SEO honey badger wrestler?! I really should have guessed though :laughing: :wink:

  2. Thanks everyone, another excellent episode :+1:

    I’ve been time-shifting my viewing since the days of VCR (remember when you programmed it incorrectly?!) so am really bad at committing to watching “live show” type things, but I do hope the LUG was a success.

    I have Fedora 33 running in a VM and I have to say it’s been shockingly stable despite all the rapid updates. If Fedora 34 manages to add Pipewire and Gnome 40 both in one swoop and stays functional, that would be outstanding, in my opinion! Looking forward to it as well :slight_smile: (Plasma under Wayland on Fedora 33 needs some tweaking though after starting it on defaults, I’m finding, but I haven’t got around to it yet. Something to do with font scaling, perhaps?)

    Thanks for the interview with Neil - some great insights there. I have to say it does break my heart a little when I see what dedicated folks we have in the open source community, and how relatively little support they seem to get back, both in people actively involved in contributing work to the project and contributing funds. At the moment feedback and thanks are the tiny ways I’m able to give just a little back, though I do keep an eye on which projects may be most useful for me to dedicate work to when able, and contribute financially. Of course the first of the latter will to become a patron of this community, which I think is fantastic. And yes, the Hardware Addicts shirt is one of the pieces of merchandise I have my eye on too! If I ever decide to be a content creator, I think I’ll try that simulation game first too :wink:

    Wireguard sounds useful, especially if it’s easy to set-up!

  3. Avatar for zoof zoof says:

    Interestingly, the link to the JingOS tablet site has an SSL misconfiguration and I was unable to visit it in either Firefox or Chromium.

  4. Gnome 40 looks great…
    Tried it in a VM…
    Really looking forward to upgrading to F34.

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