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Whether Debian should be easier for new users, Twitter pretends to care about decentralisation, a protip about portable monitors, how we should run an online FOSS Talk Live, and your feedback.
Using an Android tablet as a portable monitor
All you need is a cheap USB capture device and an app from the Play Store. Full instructions here.
Twitter’s decentralized social network project takes a baby step forward
bluesky on Twitter and a funny reply
Must ‘completely free’ mean ‘hard to install’? Newbie gripe sparks some soul-searching among Debian community
FOSS Talk Live 2021 isn’t happening in person
Join the community mumble get-together on 12th February 2021 at 10pm UK time. Details here.
Some follow-up on mailservers, Ubiquiti alternatives, some top trolling of Félim, and something Joe missed when he spoke to popey about snaps.
We mentioned Mailcow, docker-mailserver, and Omada Enterprise Access Points.
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