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hpr2015 :: Linux in the Church

How I'm using Linux for many of my projects at church.

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Hosted by Joe on 2016-04-22 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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Linux has been my exclusive OS for many years. When I became the tech director at my church I wanted to utilize the power and freedom of Open Source so I'm gradually implementing it on many of my projects.

Photo of the rig in the church


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Comment #1 posted on 2016-04-24T20:26:22Z by jan

this should be positive to quite a few people! thx for sharing

Comment #2 posted on 2016-04-25T19:45:40Z by Ken Fallon

Great episode

Hi Joe,

Great episode the content will hit the mark regardless of anyone's beliefs.

I am not familiar with your Church, so please feel free to record a episode on your Churches history, and what it stands for. I have no doubt that would be of interest to hackers.

Naturally there may be people who do and do not share your views, but I'm sure it would all get a better understanding.

Naturally this invitation is open to all.

Reverend Ken pastor of the Church of send in more shows :)

Comment #3 posted on 2016-05-11T22:46:23Z by Todd

Great show!

I really enjoyed hearing how your church uses Linux and open source software. Our church used to use Linux in the sound booth, but we too started to use PRO Presenter so we had to switch to windows. We do still use Audacity to record sermons.

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