@10X This is a bad survey. This question isn't a question of opinion but of fact and it can be checked by collecting fund-source data from open source projects.

My gf kept pointing at people at mastodon.

"Is that a man or a woman?"

> Don't know.

"How old is she, uh they?"

> Don't know.

"So you don't know any of these people?"

> Sure I do. That one runs Arch. This one runs BSD.


What's the best distro for an admin out-of-the-box? All the useful tools for admining and troubleshooting a mixed environment?

Yeah, baby.

Matt Hartley is back.

Get your Linux-y questions and topics in now with the hashtag #LinuxThursday.

localtechheroes.org/home - Some people I met today who are trying to do good with good stuff.

And they us LulzBots!

If I can get 2,141 more subscribers on@LBRYio... I'll have the most subscribed to channel on LBRY.I just decided I want that. Help me get there and I'll bring back#LinuxThursday.;) #Bribery#NotAboveIt#SanDimasHighSchoolFootballRuleshttps://open.lbry.com/@Lunduke#e 

I can't speak for the rest of the @linuxjournal archive, but I own the decade+ worth of articles I wrote. A lot of them are just as relevant today (I refer to them myself quite often). Would anyone be interested in some kind of "Best of Hack and /" polished and updated compilation?

I want to start an educational hackerspace to help poor people in my city, specifically a neighborhood that is being actively gentrified with local government money (Franklinton neighborhood, Columbus, OH). Obstacles: I have no professional certifications (for credibility), no money (sole provider for family of 4, working full time + driving Uber), and no time (see money above). I need time to study for certs (I have a personal roadmap) and enough money to take care of home and startup seed.

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So I just watched this and thought it looked interesting: youtube.com/watch?v=H2rG4Dg6xy

With that in mind - what is your dream? What are your obstacles?

How can you help someone else's dream?

I'll leave mine in a reply below.

System76 (USA) - first 4K OLED Linux laptop "Adder WS" available to order!

These guys are true Linux enthusiasts with unmatched passion and support.

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@kyle Any chance it will be uploaded to the wayback machine @ archive.org? At least the public stuff?

@linuxjournal Any chance you'll upload everything to the wayback machine @ archive.org? At least the public stuff?

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