Wayne (out there) & Joe (in here) discuss how 'real life' hits our 'free software life', how things can get complicated and... batman!
In this episode:
- We don't need more cowbell, we need more intensity!
- Wayne reflects on the natural tendency away from simplicity towards complication: ie. Explosions of Laws and Ordinances in Cultures
- Joe shows how bloatware can happen, and Fluffy Chat is a good case study of 'willful simplicity'.
- Joe and Wayne challenge the Fluffy Moves (just because)...
- Vigilante - the new name for Ubuntu Tweak Tool?
- An Awakening: Wayne understands Will.
- Why do developers and contributors go MIA in free software?
- Ubuntu Touch Audiocast Episode 27 where Wayne/Joe discuss money versus free software
- Wayne vs Wayne
- In this episode of his audiocast, 'Other Wayne' starts reviewing Ubuntu Touch (Ubuntu Touch part starts around 15 minutes in).
- In this detailed blog post Kevin reviews Ubuntu Touch.
- How would these two reviews have been different if the authors were first involved in the community?
- Wayne finds amazing Yunohost self-hosting project through the UBports community and sought and found their Matrix Community group
- Wayne also found Taler "A libre Paypal" - which seems to only have a mailing list for 'community communications'.
- With Yunohost Wayne is rollin', but with Taler, Wayne is stallin'.
- Is UBports a 'central hub' to feeding other free software projects because it's so vibrant?
- Want to join that 'free software small business Telegram group' Wayne was talking about? Ask @wayneoutthere to add you (they seem not to have a public invite link)
- From Wayne (out there) and Joe (Oliver) is a warm GIIIIIT!!
See how much time you can find every week to contribute to UBports. Locate the time(s) on your schedule.
Visualize where you would be most helpful to a project like UBports. Where are you most effective? Programming? Spreading the word? Doing presentations? Raising money? Bug reporting?
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