We round up the best podcast clients for your Linux desktop, mobile, and the web.
Plus we announce the official Jupiter Broadcasting Matrix server, share some great picks, and a thought-provoking email.
2:03 Debian Requests Artwork
3:04 Google Kernel Code Dump
8:07 The Future of Rust
14:15 Manjaro Forum Meltdown
20:11 Matrix Server Migration
28:44 Podcatcher Play-Off
29:08 Podcatcher Play-Off: Honorable Mentions
31:33 Podcatcher Play-Off: Winds
33:36 Podcatcher Play-Off: Cpod
35:33 Podcatcher Play-Off: Airsonic
38:16 Podcatcher Play-Off: Shellcaster
40:15 Podcatcher Play-Off: Castero
40:42 Podcatcher Play-Off: Castget
42:27 Podcatcher Play-Off: Pocketcasts
44:22 Podcatcher Play-Off: Antennapod
45:09 Podcatcher Play-Off: Overcast
47:22 Feedback: Mac Pro as a Daily Driver
48:38 Feedback: Internet Apocalypse
57:22 Pick: Quad SATA Kit for Raspberry Pi
1:00:01 Pick: Outrun
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- r/linux: Debian turns 27!
- Debian Bullseye artwork call for proposals - entries must be submitted by October 15
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- [PATCH for 5.9 0/3] FUTEX_SWAP (tip/locking/core) - Peter
- Laying the foundation for Rust’s future | Rust Blog
- Manjaro’s new Forum
- LINUX Unplugged Matrix Community
- Know when we’re going to be live. Check out the calendar!
- LUP LUG Mumble Server Info
- Fullscreen JB IRC Chat
- Gnome Podcasts
- gPodder — Media aggregator and podcast client
- Winds — Winds is a modern, open-source RSS and Podcast app built using React/Redux/Node by Stream.
- CPod — A simple, beautiful podcast app for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
- AirSonic — Airsonic is a free, web-based media streamer, providing ubiquitous access to your music.
- shellcaster — Terminal-based podcast manager built in Rust
- castero — TUI podcast client for the terminal
- castget — A command-line podcast downloader.
- Pocket Casts acquired by NPR, other public radio stations, and This American Life - The Verge
- Feedback: ‘TheFake VIP’ still uses that same Mac Pro as his daily driver — I still, to this day, run a Mac Pro just like that as my daily driver, in Windows, macOS and Linux (Arch with i3). It's still a dream machine for me.
- Feedback: Would you still use Linux if there was no more internet? — So let me ask you an important question. Would you still use Linux if there was no more internet?
- QUAD SATA KIT for Raspberry PI — Easily build your own NAS / Media-server based on Raspberry Pi 4 Description mount up to 4x 2.5" HDD or SSD
- outrun — Execute a local command using the processing power of another Linux machine.
- Debconf 20 starts this week.
- Flipper Zero — Tamagochi for Hackers