Linux For Everyone
Linux For Everyone
Oct 22, 2020
Linux + Coffee #4: Tribalism and Toxicity
59 min

After Episode 43, it was time to have a serious discussion about the Linux community with my two favorite co-hosts. Linux + Coffee returns with both Schykle and Matt and the topic is a serious one: Gatekeeping, tribalism and toxicity in the Linux community. Why does it happen, and HOW do we deal with it?

It's a thought-provoking conversation and we hope you enjoy it.

Special Guests: MattDLN and Schykle (Clayton).

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