Late Night Linux – Episode 103


What we actually mean when we use the word trust, good news for youtube-dl, why we don’t use DuckDuckGo, and Joe’s shocking switch to KDE Neon (on one machine).



Standing up for developers: youtube-dl is back

GitHub Reinstates youtube-dl After RIAA’s Abuse of the DMCA

We can do better than DuckDuckGo



Check out a recent episode of Late Night Linux Extra.


Feedback: Trust

We were asked what each of us mean when we talk about trusting an organisation.

Your computer isn’t yours

Apple responds to privacy concerns over Mac software security process

NSA Spying


KDE Korner

Linux App Summit

All Talks Playlist

GCompris is 20

KDE Pinephone: The Point

Joe talked about his experiences of using KDE Neon.






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