The Gnome design team conducted a research project to better understand their users. The results were surprising! We'll give you an update about the Vero 4K, a FOSS app to track your GPS history.
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01:15 IT War/Disaster Stories Call Out
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02:00 Jon caller
Emailed about Noah's soft spot for Red Hat
Latest thoughts on System76 PopOS!
Home Lab/Docker Questions
12:40 Vircadia VR Responds to Episode - Vadim
13:50 Building an Online Presence - Joel
Don't buy lifetime services/domain names - Not sustainable business model
Don't buy a domain in your real name
A records - mail.mydomain.com nextcloud.mydomain.com etc.mydomain.comment
Redirects mydomain.com/server1 mydomain.com/server2
Start with a web server, lessons learned apply everywhere
21:00 User responds for MS SQL - Richard
rdiff-backup - like rsync with history
Other backup utilities
- veaam (closed source)
- redic (with rclone)
Send in your backup solutions!
23:00 Pick of the Week - Zombie Tracker GPS
Lightweight Linux+KDE equivalent to Garmin's "Basecamp"
Manages collections of GPS tracks
Charting, Graphing, Advanced sorting and querying
Live GPS via GPSD
26:10 Gadget of the Week
SDI is the professional version of HDMI
HDMI without copy protection
Make your own cables with RG-6+quad shielded+BNC ends, use them as SDI cables.
Works with Linux, you do need to install the driver, but FLAWLESS as compared to USB devices
Much higher quality / capacity
You will need to convert HDMI to SDI
31:00 Gnome 40 - UX Changes The Research
40:00 Vero 4K Update
Very well packaged system
Incredible UI - Couldn't believe it was Kodi underneath
Both RF and IR functionality
Includes wall mounting plate
Doesn't stream Blu-rays over WiFi
Plays DVD rips just fine
New app launcher
Breeze Twilight - Hybrid Theme
Plasma Firewall settings page (ufw and firewalld)
More effort put into Wayland support in Kwin
49:50 Pine Updates
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