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Please tell us what you want to hear on the podcast

Postby rothgar » Tue Oct 12, 2010 2:34 pm

In episode 44 we asked the listeners to give us feedback into what they want to hear on the podcast. Please everyone head over to the site and let us know by voting. We really want to make this podcast the best for you guys and we can't do that if we don't know what you want.
You can also reply to this forum and we can have further discussions here about what you guys want in the podcast.

http://www.mintcast.org/2010/10/how-would-you-change-mintcast/
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Re: Please tell us what you want to hear on the podcast

Postby tdockery97 » Tue Oct 12, 2010 4:36 pm

Thanks rothgar for allowing us to have input to the podcast content.
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Re: Please tell us what you want to hear on the podcast

Postby Matt3223 » Wed Oct 13, 2010 8:39 pm

Hello again all. \o

Just put up my votes about the podcast. Was difficult to choose!!!

The idea that really struck me as have some interest for me was the user/community homework ideas. This could be pretty fun and get us listeners involved a bit. Interactive tutorials or something like that. Maybe report back on the forums and what not.

first could be how to set up a virtual machine with virtual box and an alternative to experience the differences...then we could use these to mess with so as not to jack up our main rigs with subsequent exercises. Or, something like that...?

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Re: Please tell us what you want to hear on the podcast

Postby khan » Wed Oct 20, 2010 7:23 pm

One thing I would love to hear is a feature episode on LMDE. I believe that LMDE is a really great variant of Mint. Being a self proclaimed "Linux Newbie" for the past few years, i'd like to get to know more about Debian, and how it fit's into LMDE. Also a few tips and tricks for tweaking it for better visual and overall performance would be great as well.

On a side note I've also installed Linux Mint 10 on one of my other computers, and I have to say it's by far my favorite main edition yet. I feel if LMDE could get a little more polish as far as the interface goes, I could possibly switch to just LMDE, but for the moment I'm running the two editions on a few computers just to experience something new.

Anyway, keep it up! I hope to hear more in the coming podcasts!
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Re: Please tell us what you want to hear on the podcast

Postby rothgar » Fri Oct 22, 2010 12:13 pm

I very much would like to cover LMDE but I have a problem because it will not install on my laptop. There is a problem with the video drivers which I haven't had the time to figure out. LM 10 works but has a problem too so either way I am kinda in a bind with this new laptop.

Thanks for the feedback everyone. We will try to give you all more of what you are listening for.
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Re: Please tell us what you want to hear on the podcast

Postby jesica » Thu Nov 11, 2010 1:36 pm

I to setup Mint for a server
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