On @librelounge sometimes we put on episodes that are outside of what our audience normally thinks about.
Our CyPurr episode was one I think every person in the Free Software community should listen to, but the download numbers for it are 1/4th the amount that we get when we cover a more geeky topic.
For me what differentiates LL from other shows is the "big picture" or moral issues/considerations, so it's sad those don't get more love.
@emacsen @librelounge I liked the episode and I hope there will be more on this subject, maybe covering specific methods of working with the "target audience" (for the lack of a better word) more in-depth. For instance, is it enough to just have a singular meeting, or it takes a series of meetings for the attendees to get comfortable with applying the acquired skills in practice? What are the most frequent questions / threat models attendees have? etc.
Many FLOSS folks will say "Use X". I've even had people do it to me when I've already said I want to use Y, as in "I'm using Y and I want to figure out how to ___" and I get back "Here's a tutorial for a different program altogether"
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