August 19th, 2020
1 hr 5 mins 53 secs
About this Episode
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
- Debian turns 27! - Bits from Debian
- r/linux: Debian turns 27!
- Debian Bullseye artwork call for proposals - entries must be submitted by October 15
- Google Finally Begins Their Open-Source Dance Around Linux User-Space Threading - Phoronix
- [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