mintCast 271 – Why We’ve Been Gone!

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News:

Main Topic:

  • Rob talks about all the stuff that’s been stopping the mintCast crew over the last month and a half..

Tips & Websites:

What are you reading?:

  • Rob
    • Finished: The Collapsing Empire — John Scalzi
    • Walkaway — Cory Doctorow
    • The Way of Kings — Brandon Sanderson
    • Looking for a good introductory text on Philosophy.
  • Isaac
    • Libertarianism: A Primer
    • A couple more books on Libertarianism
    • Couple of Math books
    • The Shadow Factory: The NSA from 9/11 to Eavesdropping on America
    • The Fractalist: Memoir of a Scientific Maverick
    • Been reading over a bunch of JavaScript books lately for work

Pre-Show Music:

Podcast Announcements:

  • We should be back to normal soon after a very challenging August!
  • Next podcast will be Sunday, September 24, 2017 to kick off a new topic series. Please give us some feedback on the ideas suggested around the 1-hour mark of this episode. Other ideas are always welcome as well, of course!

More Information:

Hosts: Rob and Isaac
Live Stream every other Sunday 2:00 p.m.(Central): mintcast.org/livestream

Contact Us:

More Linux Mint info: website, blog, forums, community

Credits:

Podcast Entry and exit music provided by Mark Blasco (podcastthemes.com). Podcast bumpers provided by Oscar.

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6 thoughts on “mintCast 271 – Why We’ve Been Gone!

  1. I have enjoyed the Linux from Scratch journey. I would have been interested to hear you go a little further and get a desktop environment or two working. Of the new ideas, I think starting with the spices might be better. It gives you a smaller scope to start out on but still exposes you to the Mint development system. You could move on to more core components afterwards.

  2. Rob – Welcome back! You’ve had quite a tour around the planet. We saw the Cajun Navy on British TV. Very well done! We live on the side of a hill so I expect Noah to help us out if we got flooded. About Linux, I’ve been trying out Debian based Antix and derivative MX on a couple of old laptops. MX is prettier using XFCE. Looking forward to hearing Isaac again.

  3. Rob, surprised with your Home folder comment.
    It is true that Thunderbird keeps your emails there, but surely you use IMAP or a similar service?
    I was never afraid of Nuke and Pave because my emails were safely stashed in the IMAP folders, and I need the folders synced on several computers and my phone?

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