With Café Fandom closed again, possibly for good, we regrouped at the Crown and Anchor on Southside Street. Topics included:
- The National Museum of Computing : definitely worth a visit if you like retro computing.
- The Yalp Store : a way to install Google Play Store apps without having to install the Google Play Store (good if you have a de-googled Android phone (e.g. Lineage OS, Fairphone Open) but can’t avoid the odd closed-source app
- Raspberry Pi 4 – hot as the sun, non-compliant with USB C, and rare as hen’s teeth
- Debian Buster
- GDPR – has it improved things?
- Controlling your kid’s internet access
- Deep learning, picture classification
- Floppy drives orphaned by Linux kernel
- First experiences of Linux
- Emax (yes, Emax, although I did also have an Emacs t-shirt on…) and SCSCI2SD
- IT in Special Needs
- LAN gaming on Linux
From the August meeting, Plymouth LUG will move to the Moments Café.