Linux Spotlight

Big Daddy Linux is excited to present a new series – Linux Spotlight. This show is dedicated to showing off the best thing about Linux…the community. The Linux community is comprised of enthusiasts from a variety of backgrounds, from developers and distro maintainers to Linux personalities and everyday users. Each of these members plays a big role in the community. The goal of Linux Spotlight is to have a discussion with these individuals about their journey into Linux and beyond.

In addition to the videos, there is also an audio version available.

Episode 19 – Jill Bryant Ryniker

I sit down with Jill and talk about her fascinating history in Linux along with her many collections and hobbies including her computer collection along with her Star Trek hobby! It was a wonderful conversation and I hope you enjoy it!

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Episode 18 – Michael Tunnell

This week I get to talk to my friend Michael Tunnell and finally get the answers to sought after questions like what hair gel he uses. No I really don’t care about that but I do care about his history in Linux and how he come to love KDE Plasma. Enjoy!

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Episode 17 – Nathan Wolf (CubicleNate)

This week I get to talk to CubicleNate about how he got that name and how he got started with Linux. No conversation with Nate would be complete without hearing about openSUSE which we talk about but we also get into what he is currently working on, so don’t miss it! There might be talk about old technology and the Commodore 64 might even get mentioned. Head over to #bigdaddylinuxlive on IRC and you could even get to chat with someone who uses a Commodore 64 on irc!


Episode 16 – Alan Pope

In this episode Alan Pope joins Rocco on Linux Spotlight. Most of you already know that Alan works for Canonical but in this interview we learn about his history in computers and Linux and how it all started. Alan dives into what drives him to use Linux and interact so much with the community around him. This was such a great conversation and I hope you enjoy it!

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