Let's face it, to the wider world open source has a bit of a PR problem. I know from personal experience. I've known about Linux for about 20 years and yet it's only in the last three months that I've started to seriously use it. What's taken me so long? There is so much understandable outrage at the moment about the likes of Facebook. Why aren't more people exploring the alternatives?
I'm testing a PeerTube plugin I'm creating to improve use and display of Creative Commons licenses. If you want to see it in action, you can view it by watching any video of @boilingsteam
Nothing want to do when I am sleepy. And coffee is not helping. So, I should choose simple tasks on this day. Maybe the problem is that I started work at 4 a.m. yesterday because I needed to upgrade the firmware on a remote device with a 6-hour time difference.
Well, I should go to bed early today.
Hello, I'm Mike, I'm really interested in starting a dialogue about Linux, that doesn't focus on the software or the tech, or indeed anything to do with computing. Why you may ask? Well, I'd like to start a dialogue about the ethos and philosophy behind it. That's what fascinates me. I work in the creative arts but love the whole idea of Linux I'd like to see it reach a wider audience.
Wandering minstrel, green boater, comedy theatre producer, an advocate of alternative lifestyles and ways of being. Linux geek who wishes he was a Linux nerd (but at least knows the difference)
Linux Geeks doing what Linux Geeks do..