Lunix Sucks 2016 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNjw8TtHePk
It's what ED told him to say. Motherfucker literally needs a manual to tell him how to shitpost on 4chan. You should pity him anon, for his is one of the most hopeless, and pathetic forms of autism.
>The Fedora people are so fun to poke
>It's like a hornets' nest; the hornets that come out are rainbow colored and just delightful
>You just jab at it, it's like spraying or something YOU CANT TALK
K E K
It genuinely started as a way to point out issues needing fixing that were being ignored and that the community really needed to work on them. It hasn't work. People still ignore them or worst develop fixes without any consent from the Linux community.
Something pic related would say
How does it feel to use a soon-to-be-dropped abandonware?
Is that a MacBook with dry-erase sheet taped to the lid?
>Why they do repeat the same talk every year?
Because Linux doesn't make progress.
How you do this? I've been very half assed trying to find a way to "cast" to kodi for a while now. Search always gives me faggots trying to load kodi on a chromecast and I give up after a page or two.
>be typical attendee of this talk
>slide comes on the screen that has no new information to anyone in the room
>start screaming in delight, clapping my hands, and hollering with joy
>repeat for the entire talk
Pretty sure there's one on youtube where the presenter asks why openSUSE and Fedora have to have separate repos, since they both use RPMs. As if this is what's really preventing the year of the linux desktop. As if this is even a cogent question.
>deletes his own hard drive that he's currently using
Look what you have to go through to do that. You have to specifically give it root access, go through a warning, and not print the partitions to not see the mount point while using a low level utility.
He speaks about it like it's official software, so if he's not using fdisk I don't know what he's using. Otherwise the developers of that program suck, not Linux.
I can't imagine the rest of this talk is any good for me. This is definitely not for people who use Linux daily and know how to solve computer problems.
It's a fucking joke retard. The whole opener is a joke. It's Public Speaking 101. Supposing he didn't just make the whole story up, which he almost certainly did, he's probably using highly experimental software and expects shit like this to happen. But really. It's a joke and he's just commenting on the fact that it is possible to delete active partitions in a linux environment.