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“I get it, there's decades of choices made that were very much anti-Linux/open source,” Scott tells me.

“I have made it my personal mission to understand why there's a lack of trust and do something about fixing that. I trust Microsoft. I wouldn't work here if I didn't. I want others to see that and I want to uphold and prove this. I don't know if I will succeed, but I'm persistent.”

A #Linux advocate inside Microsoft
is pushing for a native OneDrive
client, and you can make it happen.

But really, MSFT's Christopher Scott is doing much more than that. Read my short interview here:

This is definitely the next Community Voice segment! Read the article and record an audio message (or just a passionate email) with your thoughts and send it to:

linuxforeveryone @ pm (dot) me

Welcome to Episode 8, featuring a HUGE tease from guest hosts @MichaelTunnell and @dasgeek of @DestinationLinux!

We also discuss @Puri_sm
's Librem 5 shipping update and the alternative mobile OS landscape.

Plus, another Discovery of the Week and some sweet FOSS music to close it all out.


It took nearly three years, but if you’re one of the nearly 10,000 people on UserVoice who upvoted the possibility of a native Microsoft Teams client for , today is your lucky day.

Hear more details on episode 8 of Linux For Everyone tomorrow, featuring Michael and Ryan of @DestinationLinux!

Welcome to Episode 7! Featuring an awesome interview with the founder of @elementary OS!

Plus: A Discovery of the Week your eyeballs will appreciate, the MX Linux distro challenge, and some beautiful music from CLIFFVRD.

Daniel Foré is the founder of elementary OS, a boutique distribution developed by a small startup that scraped by on user donations and merchandise sales. Then, inspired by an established business tactic in the gaming space, Foré and his team flipped a somewhat controversial switch that led to a massive increase in the company's income: they simply started charging money for it.

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