This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we’re taking you on a behind the scenes tour of our studio setups. All the equipment we use each week to produce this show…DL which is quite unique being that it’s a live video and audio podcast. We’re also going to discuss the amazing open-source software that powers it all. Then we’re going to talk about the upcoming Thunderbird email client release. 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. Big oof. Wish I caught this one live.

  2. it was a fun episode for sure! you can watch the unedited version if you are a patron so there is that option :smiley:

  3. Thanks, everyone - very insightful episode! Most exciting news of the week for me would be the upcoming new Thunderbird. Really looking forward to Matrix integration. At the moment I used NeoChat most, especially with KDE Community :slight_smile:

    BTW I’ve been using FreePlane, and prior to that FreeMind, which it was forked from, for over a decade. It’s looking a bit dated now, but it’s also well worth trying if interested in mindmaps for notes!

  4. Avatar for mxu mxu says:

    Great episode as always crew! I had 2 quick questions:

    @dasgeek Is this the video ninja that was referenced? https://vdo.ninja

    Also, @jill_linuxgirl What is the brand and model of your pink, rgb, mechanical keyboard? It looks so great and compact, but not too compact.

    Thanks again folks!

  5. I do not know about the keyboard but yes that is the right vdo ninja that we use for DL recordings

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