203: TOR De Force of M1 Mac

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Thanks, everyone, very interesting show, as usual :slightly_smiling_face:

I joined matrix only recently and have to say am very impressed so far. I could easily see this as the backbone as-it-were of future secure and private communications across-the-board.

With M1, I also agree with @kernellinux, having never bought an Apple product with no intention to do so either, in the near future, unless I absolutely have to, to write code for iOS or MacOS. Even more than an ARM competitor, I’d like to see RISC-V taking off as a basis for truly open systems, though of course at the hardware level there is far more work to do.

I am enjoying the git tid-bits but also likely to invest in an established text on this, probably from O’Reilly if they have one, as I generally trust them. If anyone has recommendations to consider, please let me know, thanks!

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@esbeeb’s thoughts discussed in the show’s community feedback:

TOR De Force of M1 Mac | Destination Linux 203 - YouTube

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Dear @kernellinux, @dasgeek, @MichaelTunnell, and @jill_linuxgirl,
Thanks for discussing my topic about mailing lists on your show!!

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@esbeeb, thank you for contacting us, it was a great question!!! :grinning: I :heart: Matrix too!
Cheers, and thank you for being part of our DLN family! :joy::penguin::penguin::penguin:

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