537: This Makes Us Unemployable
19 Nov • 1hr 8m
Welcome to BSD Unplugged, where Chris misreads KDE release notes in the preshow! BSDs have had brightness control for decades, but desktop widgets/plasmoids for it were 3rd-party addons rather than prebundled in KDE/Plasma. This FreeBSD integration is a minor push, but it shows FreeBSD as a 1st-class target thanks to open collaboration w/KDE&FreeBSD projects. I wish more BSDers dogfooded their desktops *Allan*. For those of us who already do, it's fairly seamless for most workflows, esp. w/ZFS!
This is a repeat zipcode that you actually missed yhe hint on, its for Wapakoneta Ohio which is the birthplace of Neal Armstrong and location of the Armstrong Air & Space Museum. Also since you asked I messed around with my nix config a little too much and would generate a huge amount of old generations on top of automagic daily updates that took place at 4 am thatbwas removed in an earlier commit. Anyways I'm off the nix train because theres a few business apps I need to run that Nix cant. glhf
Since we needed a second Space Balls boost…
Take all my Fountain Sats for "Cheese Moy*, pleeeeaase.... but stop saying these words. I had to chuckle through my whole 20minute-commute. Soooo funny hearing Chris when he reads names.
With regards to the 32 bit challenge, have you though of contacting Gill from Destination Linux. she has 1000's of old hardware.
joined Jupiter.party, will boost once in a while, just had time to listen to the windows episode, LOL. windows for me is like adobe flash, I don’t want it anywhere near my computer, but something I want to run depends on it being installed.
As always another great episode.