It's time for a round of "Lunduke says obvious things about himself because a few people like to make up things about him."
Lunduke is not now, and has never been, a Nazi.
Lunduke is a proud Jewish man.
Lunduke believes in freedom. Free speech and Free Software are my jam.
Lunduke believes in and lives by the ideals of Bill & Ted: Be excellent to each other.
Lunduke has been fighting for basic civil rights for ALL (incl. same sex marriage) since he became a grown-up in the 90s.
I originally planned to start this resolution on January 1st...
But I'm ready.
See ya later, Fediverse!
Be excellent to each other!
Ever wonder what Lunduke thinks about something?
Wonder, no longer. These are obvious statements about Lunduke.
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Fascinating analysis of CPU trends, and a chart of Moore's Law: https://www.karlrupp.net/2018/02/42-years-of-microprocessor-trend-data/
(Yeah so what if it's 18 months old ;-)
Got a refreshed http://lunduke.com going on.
Rearranged a bit. Added a recent articles/episodes section.
And, yeah. No HTTPS. Thunderdome.
Let’s make Linux dominate the LBRY video service.
As of right now, the #3 and #5 channels on LBRY have a heavy focus on Linux and Open Source. How cool would it be to be #1?
Answer: Very cool. I think we can do it.
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"I do not think that companies with a vested interest in the failure of Open Source should be allowed to fund the major Open Source organizations. That is, to say the least, a conflict of interest."
The cowsay "Stallman Was Right" shirt remains one of my best sellers.
The 2 (Big) Problems Facing Linux (and Open Source) in 2020.
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We are living in an age where everything from clothing to furniture to technology is cheap and disposable. The assumption is that nothing lasts, so one might as well buy the cheapest thing and throw it away when it inevitably breaks. Nowhere is this more true than the phone market, but it's something we want to change with the Librem 5.
Linux users identify with their OS (ie "I am a Linux user") more often (a LOT more often) than Mac, Windows users.
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Linux Thursday - Dec 9, 2019
with Lunduke & Hartley
YouTube, LBRY, Podcast, etc.:
An interview with a Linux conference organizer.
Read (or watch, or listen) for free here:
Well over 2 thousand people have filled out this survey, studying the effects of Operating Systems on happiness.
Awesome. Some fantastic data here. I'm going to leave the survey open through the weekend, then publish the findings next week.