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If you want a non X86 notebook... Designed to run GNU/Linux or another Free Operation System.

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On this week's episode of +ThisWeekinLinux, big news about #AppImages on #openSUSE's OBS, #KDE Plasma 5.10 Release and a massive update from UBports regarding their fork of #UbuntuTouch.

Interesting development for the WPS Office story we talked about last week and a lot of application releases from Krita, Scribus, Kodi, and Qt. We finally got an update from the #Xfce team for version 4.14. Linux #Gaming news, Linux Security news, Linux hardware updates and much more.

Be sure to check out the Segment Index to easily skip around the video and you'll find links to the topics discussed in the video description.

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Are you a linux user, Have you gotten the steam survey on linux for the first time ever? Please post

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Are Keyboard Layouts Important?

Myself and others have noticed a recent trend towards manufacturers using non-standard keyboard layouts especially in regions outside of the USA. For example in the UK laptops often have US physical key placements with UK keycaps resulting in the single row/half height enter key and misplacement of the \ key.

Do non-standard keyboard layouts affect which laptops/keyboards you are likely to purchase?

A. Keyboard layout doesn't bother me, I can swap between layouts without issue

B. Non-standard keyboards, such as a US layout with my country's keycaps (eg. a half height enter key on a UK keyboard) would affect my choice of keyboard/laptop

C. I wouldn't buy a laptop/keyboard unless it had my countries standard layout
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B. It plays a part in my buying decision
C. Devices must have my countries layout
18%
A. Meh, layout doesn't bother me
30%
B. It plays a part in my buying decision
53%
C. Devices must have my countries layout

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This could become a trendy thing in some circles.

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So anyone here play Star Trek Online? I think Chris said he did a few weeks back, but knowing my memory, that may not be true. Reason I ask is I'd like to create a fleet of Linux users. (in that game, guilds are called fleets)

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So I've started a thing, while I look for a new gig. I call it Vague Entertainment's "App A Week" series. Its a community driven programming series, where I test my programming, and design skills by giving myself a week to create a working application. I'm using all Open Source software to create the applications, and distribute the mobile versions on Ubuntu Touch and Android. However, I have to dance with the devil to get it on iOS.

The site is new and were are on the downhill side of "Update week" which happens every 4 weeks. Love to get your opinions, thanks in advance.


http://vagueentertainment.com/series/AaW/
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