Review: Sunday Morning Linux Review – talk about Linux and open source news

Last Updated on July 6, 2021

Sunday Morning Linux Review Blurb

Sunday Morning Linux Review is a podcast with Tony Bemus, Mary Tomich, Phil Porada, and Tom Lawrence. We talk about the Linux and Open Source News.

About the Show

The hosts start the show talking about what they have been up to during the past week. The hosts chat about the latest Linux distro news, which is explored in some detail. Some shows include a distro review. There is also tech news, listener feedback, with the show closing with outtro music.

They are currently reviewing whether to carry on with their live shows.

They produce show notes on their website, but they could take a leaf out of Ubuntu Podcast’s website on how to bring their show notes to life.

About the Hosts

Tony Bemus is a security and networking administrator, and holds a Masters of Science Degree in Information Assurance for Network Security.

Mary Tomich is a self-confessed Linux fan-girl from way back. She’s a frequent user of KDE Connect.

Tom Lawrence describes himself as a tech enthusiast, IT business owner, entrepreneur, open source advocate, public speaker, podcaster, and YouTube creator.

Phil Porada is a systems administrator and programmer by hobby and trade.
LengthGenerally 30-60 minutes
FormatsOGG, MP3, YouTube
First Show16 October 2011
LicenseCreative Commons 3.0 By NC SA (Attribution, non-commercial, Share Alike)
What do we think of this podcast?
Content6 out of 10 rating
Conversational5 out of 10 rating
Engaging4 out of 10 rating
Verdict:We've listened to dozens of their shows over the years, but almost always stop listening before they finish. Set your playback speed to 1.5x, as this podcast is too slow paced and monotonous for our liking. It's a shame really, as there's pretty good coverage of tech news and open source goodness.

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