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An interesting video & presentation done by Guy Lunardi on SteamOS

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Guy Lunardi of Collabora went to the New York Linux Users Group (NYLUG) to do a talk on SteamOS. Check out the video.

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Skip to around 27 minutes.

He goes into some interesting detail about the history of it, and I found it to be quite a nice watch.

Who is Guy?

Guy Lunardi is the VP of business development at Collabora, a consultancy working exclusively on free and Open Source software. Before joining Collabora, Guy was a director of OEM preloads focusing on SUSE Linux Enterprise. Guy has over 20 years of experience helping customers successfully adopt Open Source software. Based in New York, USA, Guy is a native French speaker and is fluent in English. He is involved in the foundations supporting GNOME, GStreamer LibreOffice and Linux.

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3 comments

Kallestofeles 10 Dec, 2015
Very nice little conference. Thanks for sharing!
aL 10 Dec, 2015
Thanks for sharing. This was interesting :)
minj 10 Dec, 2015
Wait, so is the Linux streaming working already?
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