Welcome to Destination Linux Episode 22 for Monday May 29th
- KDE 5.10 Enters Beta
- KDE Plasma 5.8.7 LTS Desktop Environment Released with over 60 Improvements
- KDE Plasma Is Adding Google Drive Integration
- Waiter, There’s A Plasma Desktop In My Soup
- Solus News
- Telegram Desktop now supports Voice calls
- OMGUbuntu Article
- OpenShot 2.3.3 Released, Claims to Solve “Serious Stability Issues”
- Everything you need to know
- Security Flaw in Ubuntu Login Screen Could Let Anyone Access Your Files
- Conky Harmattan Adds an Interactive Setup Tool
- How to Add Folders to Plank, the Popular Linux Dock
- Vectr launches snap app
- Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III Is Coming to Linux Next month
- Middle-earth: Shadow of War Open World Trailer August 22, 2017
- Destiny 2 Gameplay Reveal
Hi Rob and Rocco,
Just thought I’d give a shout out to my new favourite podcast, thank you both for all of your hard work, and on your respective YouTube channels too.
As self-confessed distro-hoppers I was wondering if you could discuss elementary os and maybe a focus on minimalism in distros – being ill right now gave me an epiphany that I used to distro-hop like crazy until I landed on elementary. When I started using it, I felt trapped because it’s not as flexible as (for example) KDE and hated it until I realised that it has its own work flow that prevented me from breaking it – now I rely on it and can’t imagine switching. Is this minimalist approach key to stability in the Linux desktop? When I can configure a desktop, I find I will and then I inevitably switch to another distro when I break it – but when I can’t tinker with it, I get things done more effectively and am more likely to stick with it.
Sorry for the short essay, thanks, and keep up the great work!
William Willis Whinn
Mentions: Elementary Tweak & Elementary Plus (Missing Icons)