LUP 268: Elementary, My Dear Plasma¶
- Air Date: 2018-09-25
- Duration: 72 mins 57 secs
About this episode¶
We chat with Nate Graham who’s pushing to make Plasma the best desktop on the planet. We discuss his contributions to this effort, and others.
- Chris Fisher
- Wes Payne
- Alex Kretzschmar
- Brent Gervais
- Cassidy James Blaede
- Hayden Barnes
- Martin Wimpress
- Nate Graham
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