This month in Linux Voice.
First there was Ubuntu, and then the user base began to innovate, rolling out alternatives to highlight favorite desktops and tools. Some of the leading flavors are now supported by Canonical and the Ubuntu project, including Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Xubuntu, and Ubuntu Studio. But the user base is still innovating. This month you’ll hear from a teacher who spun up his own version of Ubuntu Budgie to include a collection of education tools (called, you guessed it, EdUBudgie).
Also in this issue, we introduce you to Kit Scenarist, a free tool for creating and formatting screenplays, and we show you how to organize your thoughts and notes with the expressive Obsidian knowledge base.
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