Ezra and Peter sit down to discuss PINE64 hardware, software developments and open source in general.
Send in your questions and they will answer them during the show … if they get to it.
A community ran podcast for the community.
In the third episode of the PineTalk, Ezra and Peter discuss the PINE64 February Community Update and answer community questions about Sxmo, RISC-V, and ARM Workstations.
In the second episode of the PineTalk Ezra and Peter talk about to Dalton Durst, Development Manager at UBports, about Ubuntu Touch in general and on the PinePhone more specifically. They also discuss the announcement of the ‘End of Community Editions’ and answer awesome community questions.
In this introductory episode of the PineTalk, Ezra and Peter talk about how they got started with computers, PINE64 and FOSS in general.
Which PINE64 devices are most interesting to the hosts, how did the PinePhone grab their attention and what do they think about the upcoming Quartz64 SBC?
Ezra is a young software enthusiast who enjoys FLOSS, game development and art. The ultimate expression of this passion is his Youtube channel. His preferred language is C, though he also uses others as he tends to work on various different projects from games to websites. Ezra loves inventing new things, especially if it includes user participation.
GNU/Linux has been a part of his life since his first PC, and since 2016 he started using it more frequently, and is now a proud full time Linux user.
On Technology he writes: “Ever since, I have learned more about technology. I learned to be fearful of some and praise others. It’s like magic. It requires high intelligence to master, do so and you’ll be able to control matter itself and to everyone around you: ‘Abracadabra!’. But as enchanting as it may seem, you need to watch out for dark magic. Those who wield that are very powerful indeed.”
If you have been following the PinePhone, you may know Peter from his blog LINMOB.net or one of his Yotube videos. Being a Linux user since the early 2000s, he always wanted to have GNU/Linux on Phones and did own and use the first FOSS smartphone, the OpenMoko Neo FreeRunner, for a while.
He’s also into Single Board Computers since the first Raspberry Pi and has been using ARM Laptops as secondary portable computers with GNU/Linux since 2013. While the PinePhone was his first PINE64 purchase, it has caused a lot of excitement about all things PINE64 and the awesome community.