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Linux Downtime

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Open source professionals join Gary, Amolith, and Joe for relaxed discussions in their downtime. From working in the industry and progressing your career, to managing a project’s community, and beyond.


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4.8 out of 5 stars from 52 ratings
  • Joe Ressington is not a very nice person.

    9 months ago
  • Waste of time, dumb

    Wow these people live in their own world. If it was up to Stuart none of use would talk because our opinions might trigger someone. Woke children. These types of shows drive people away from Linux. Just snotty self righteous brats. They try and trigger people then talk about gatekeeping. Stupid stupid stupid. Just go away. more

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    leftist euro-trash

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