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 25 – Rob Collins

I have been waiting to do this episode since starting Linux Spotlight. In this episode I get to talk to Rob Collins from the Linux Quest Youtube Channel and also one of the original hosts of Destination Linux with me! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.


Episode 24 – Blaine Packer (IG)

Today I sit down with Blaine Packer, better known as IG or Infinitely Galactic from his Youtube channel. I have been watching his videos for quite a few years now and he brings a very unique perspective to looking at Distros and Linux in general. Enjoy!


Episode 23 – chzbacon

In this episode I sit down with chzbacon, where we dive into his history in Linux and some of his other hobbies. In this discussion you will not only see a great guy but you can see and feel his passion for other people in the Linux community.

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Episode 22 – Bernhard Landauer

Today I sit down with Bernhard Landauer who is an Opera singer and he also happens to be one of the leads of the Manjaro Project as well. As you will see in this episode Bernhard is a very deep thinker and an all around great guy who loves interacting with the community.


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