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September 17, 2019 06:33 PM PDT

A Neo-retro computer of interest being developed by a team along with The 8-Bit Guy, BDLL follow up about Manjaro Linux, the newest challenge of MX Linux 19 and openSUSE News including the YaST Sprint 84 and the Tumbleweed Snapshots 20190905, 20190907 and 20190909

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August 30, 2019 07:50 PM PDT

This is a "pilot" episode of what will hopefully be one of many before I "podfade" into the Internet ether.

This episode focuses mostly on the openSUSE project, to include Tumbleweed news, small bit about Xfce 4.14 and backporting it to Leap 15.1, change of the openSUSE Chair position, Kata Containers, Uyuni 4.0.2 Release and some other thoughts.


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