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Co-op News Punch Podcast - Episode 31

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Has it really been months since our last episode? Woops. We're back! Introduction the Co-op News Punch Podcast - Episode 31. Apologies on this being away from a while but it's finally here.

The podcast features myself and contributor Samsai, having a very chilled-out chat about various Linux and Linux Gaming topics across different fields.

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You can also follow it on YouTube (with timestamps), Spotify and Deezer. Note: supporters on Patreon usually get it early. Not this time though (sorry) as it was so overdue.

Here's a few of the main bits of what we talked about this episode:

Wut we been playing?

  • Liam: Splitgate, Pistol Whip
  • Samsai: Wolfenstein: Blade of Agony, ScourgeBringer
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buono 4 Aug
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Thanks guys, enjoyed the podcast. I've set a calendar alarm to see who is right about proton and how good or bad it will be for us in the future :)

At the moment I am in the optimistic corner with Liam.

Keep them coming!
mirv 4 Aug
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Really enjoy the multiple viewpoints given. Creates a good discussion and gives a lot of points to consider, makes it that much more interesting. Nicely done.

For GNU/Linux share, if that were to even temporarily increase, one thought I had was: not everyone wants to be beholden to Valve. If a developer could make a game work on Stadia, be available through GOG, be available on Steam Deck, sell directly, etc, that might give more incentive to create a native port. To get that however, the development environment needs to be more friendly to people used to how Windows (Visual Studio) does things.
As a side note: I can't work with Visual Studio anymore, just gets in my way, but I'm assuming I'm heavily biased and not representative of the majority.

VR headset water cooling - is that basically swimming with a snorkel? Maybe scuba diving.
Love these so much I use my limited Cell data to get these right away.
scaine 5 Aug
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I love the chat format. I wonder if you'll ever "upgrade" the podcast to be full video based? I appreciate that many actually prefer an audio-only format though. I mean, I'm not implying either of you are ugly, whoa, I never said that!

Seriously, just that podcasts work where video doesn't - on the treadmill, or walking to work.
Liam Dawe 5 Aug
Quoting: scaineI love the chat format. I wonder if you'll ever "upgrade" the podcast to be full video based? I appreciate that many actually prefer an audio-only format though. I mean, I'm not implying either of you are ugly, whoa, I never said that!

Seriously, just that podcasts work where video doesn't - on the treadmill, or walking to work.
I'm far too fugly for a video format. Not going to happen.
scaine 5 Aug
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Quoting: Liam Dawe
Quoting: scaineI love the chat format. I wonder if you'll ever "upgrade" the podcast to be full video based? I appreciate that many actually prefer an audio-only format though. I mean, I'm not implying either of you are ugly, whoa, I never said that!

Seriously, just that podcasts work where video doesn't - on the treadmill, or walking to work.
I'm far too fugly for a video format. Not going to happen.

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