June 19th, 2020 | 39 mins 32 secs
arch, brunch with brent, calamares, chakra, community, developer, extras, flatpak, interview podcast, jupiter broadcasting, kdemod, linux, linux unplugged, manjaro, open source, philip muller, philip müller, pi-hole, pine64, pinebook, pinephone, popey, privacy, snap, snapcraft, tuxedo, ubuntu, wimpy, xfce
Brent sits down with Philip Müller, Co-Founder and Lead Developer of Manjaro, and CEO at Manjaro GmbH & Co. KG. We explore the formation and evolution of Manjaro as a Linux distribution, the development of past and recent hardware partnerships, cross-distribution collaborations, and what's inspiring Philip in the next 5 years.
May 22nd, 2020 | 49 mins 3 secs
art of manliness, brogrammer, brunch with brent, community, core boot, extras, foss, four essential freedoms, free software, freenode, heads, interview podcast, jupiter broadcasting, kyle rankin, librem 15, librem 5, librem key, linux, linux journal, open source, privacy, pureos, purism, safety razor, security, social purpose corporation, surveillance capitalism, wayback machine
Brent sits down with Kyle Rankin, Chief Security Officer and Vice President at Purism and former Tech Editor and columnist at Linux Journal. We explore his 10+ years with Linux Journal, as well as Purism's culture, ideals, product design and engineering philosophies, and more.
April 28th, 2020 | 33 mins 45 secs
blueteam, cybersecurity, danny akacki, defcon610, failing, infosec, pancakescon, threathunting
Ell sits down with Danny Akacki to talk about infosec, his experience on the Blue Team, how PancakesCon got started, and more.
April 21st, 2020 | 34 mins 38 secs
apps community, brunch with brent, chaoss, community, extras, flatpak, gnome, interview podcast, itrenew, jupiter broadcasting, kde, kubernetes, linux, linux app summit, open compute project, open source, snap, sri, sri ramkrishna
Brent sits down with Sri Ramkrishna, seasoned GNOME community member, founder of Linux App Summit, and Principle Ecosystems Engineer at ITRenew. We discuss his experiences in the GNOME community since 1998, the value of building relationships across communities, the increasing importance of non-technical roles in open source projects, and more.
April 12th, 2020 | 24 mins 50 secs
aliens, astronomy, astrophysics, carl sagan, coronal mass ejection, discovery, engineering, extraterrestrial, galaxy, generational project teams, golden records, happy science, heather, heliosheath, heliosphere, interstellar space, jupiter, jupiter broadcasting, jupiter extras, nasa, neptune, pale blue dot, planetary grand tour, research, saturn, scibyte, science, solar system, space, space exploration, technology, universal constants, universe, uranus, voyager, voyager 1, voyager 2
Heather, of SciByte fame, joins Chris and Wes to celebrate the incredible accomplishments and amazing resiliency of the Voyager probes.
April 7th, 2020 | 14 mins 6 secs
fedora, free software, fsf, git, git-centered forge, gitlab, pagure, pygit2, source control, version control
Pagure, the free software GitLab alternative no one is talking about.
April 3rd, 2020 | 53 mins 8 secs
app centre, brunch with brent, community, daniel foré, design, desire paths, diversity, elementary os, extras, flatpak, gentoo, gnome, guadec, interview podcast, jupiter broadcasting, korora, lfnw, linux, linuxfest northwest, open source, software development, ubuntu, user error
Brent sits down with Daniel Foré, founder of elementary OS and co-host of User Error. We explore his early years in design and software, formative aspects of Ubuntu and Gentoo, the philosophies and history of elementary OS, and more.
March 31st, 2020 | 14 mins 2 secs
a cloud guru, broadband, coronavirus, covid-19, downsize, dsl, jupiter broadcasting, jupiter extras, office, part time, user error, wfh, work from home
Joe, Alan, and Dan speculate about what the world will be like after the situation with Coronavirus is under control and life returns to something resembling normality.
March 27th, 2020 | 44 mins 11 secs
akademy, aleix pol, barcelona free software, blue systems, brunch with brent, bug tracking, community, developer, extras, gnome, guadec, interview podcast, jupiter broadcasting, kde, kde e.v., linux, linux app summit, open source, software development
Brent sits down with Aleix Pol, president of KDE e.V., KDE software developer, co-founder of Linux App Summit and Barcelona Free Software. We discuss his longstanding collaborations within the KDE community, developer sponsorships in open source business models, and more.
March 20th, 2020 | 57 mins 51 secs
8-bit, alexa, amazon, bad voltage, bash, brunch with brent, canonical, chrislas cast, community, crab bucket, echo, email, extras, final mile, gmail, interview podcast, jupiter broadcasting, linux, mycroft, neal stephenson, open source, patrick rothfuss, search engine, snow crash, stuart langridge, superhuman, terminal, terry pratchett, text, unseen academicals, ux, voice assistant
Brent sits down with Stuart Langridge, co-host of Bad Voltage, for an exploration of open source's "final mile", the text and language interface as a UX opportunity, terminals vs. search engines, Darwinian processes and crab-bucketism in software development, and more.
March 17th, 2020 | 28 mins 58 secs
behind the scenes, history, jupiter broadcasting, linux action show, linux podcast, linux unplugged, look back, lup, nebula, news, podcasting, tinc, vpn
We share what goes into making LINUX Unplugged special, and have a laugh at some of our bad ideas from show past.
March 13th, 2020 | 43 mins 16 secs
big endian, brunch with brent, code review, community, container, debian, devops, elizabeth k. joseph, endianness, extras, ibm, ibmz, interview podcast, jupiter broadcasting, kubernetes, linux, linux foundation, linux.conf.au, linuxone, little endian, mainframe, open source, openstack, princess leia, reboot, red hat, rhel, sysadmin, system administrator, ubports, ubuntu, ubuntu touch, xubuntu, z devops, z/os
Brent sits down with Elizabeth K. Joseph, Developer Advocate at IBM Z, former Ubuntu Community Council member, and contributor to Ubuntu, Debian, Xubuntu, and others. We discuss her new passion for mainframes, her early contributions to open source projects, the niche opportunities in Z DevOps on mainframes, and more.
March 10th, 2020 | 31 mins 25 secs
a cloud guru, aha, austin hackers association, black hat, bsides, community, conference, cyberpunk, dallas hackers association, dha, family, hackers, inclusiveness, inclusivity, infosec, jupiter broadcasting, jupiter extras, meetup, nmap, penetration testing, pentesting, people, phrack, public speaking, security, security bsides, security conference, tinkersec, tribe, tribe of hackers
Ell and Wes sit down with Wirefall, founder of the Dallas Hackers Association, to talk about the struggles and rewards of community building, why moving with the times is key, and how to foster an inclusive community meetup that still feels like a family gathering.
March 6th, 2020 | 48 mins 3 secs
brunch with brent, collaboration, community, cultural sensitivity, desktop, diversity, dogfooding, endless, endless os, extras, gitlab, gnome, gnome foundation, hack, hack computer, inclusion, interview podcast, jupiter broadcasting, las, libostree, libre application summit, linux, linux app summit, nuritzi sanchez, open organization, open source, ostree, remote work, silicon valley
Brent sits down with Nuritzi Sanchez, Senior Open Source Program Manager at GitLab, former GNOME Foundation President and Chairperson of the Board of Directors, and Founding Member of Endless, Inc. We explore her current experiences at GitLab, her deep involvement in the growth of GNOME's community, the evolution of the Linux App Summit, her involvement with Endless, and why she is so drawn to the human aspects of technology.
March 3rd, 2020 | 25 mins 46 secs
a cloud guru, automation, black hat, blueteam, bsides, ctf, cybersecurity, defcon, infosec, jupiter broadcasting, jupiter extras, linux, penetration testing, pentesting, podcast, purpleteam, redteam, security
Ell sits down with Bryson Bort to discuss pentesting with Scythe, Red Team vs Blue Team operations, and the benefits that a Purple Team might have on the industry.
February 28th, 2020 | 47 mins 42 secs
analytics, anthony bourdain, bill buford, brandon bruce, brunch with brent, bsides, bsidesbcs, bsidessatx, career, chef, community, conflict resolution, cook, customer support, extras, interview podcast, jupiter broadcasting, kitchen, kitchen brigade, kitchen confidential, linux, linux academy, linux bible, medium raw, metrics, open source, remote, remote work, scale, skills, support
Brent sits down with Brandon Bruce, Director of Customer Support at Linux Academy. We explore the world of support, how his former role as professional chef informs his "Kitchen Brigade" approach to building a support team, analytics data's ability to reveal surprising user experience patterns, and more.