Bite-Sized Linux: a zine collecting awesome *nix tutorial webtoons


#1

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/05/11/b0rkb0rkb0rk.html


#2

It’s very not free. Personal version is $10.


#3

This is what nerds think “comics” means?


#4

Linux on the twitters. How incongruous!


#5

I’m all about artists making money, and I’d love to have these so I could look forward to reading manpages, but man, $10? A dollar, tops.

edit: Oh she got a whole load of zines! I think the smart move is to grab all the freebies and donate.


#6

Javascript doubles go beyond the scope of byte-size Linux (and *nix) set by the title of the zine. But that’s just the nerd inside me screaming.


#7

It’s certainly stretching the boundaries of the category.

This is mostly just text in boxes.


#8

I’m a GPL purist, so I don’t care about cost, but do I get the source code so I can make improvements?


#9

She is one of the delights of my twitter feed. I wouldn’t call these comics, but Every time I read one of her posts I learn a thing or two.


#10

I love this comic!


#11

Lol Linux JS isn’t exactly a thing until elf encapsulates WebAssembly, right? Or conversely Carbon is my fave Android Twitter client…until Copy managed to truncate at char(127), adding a dieresis. Andoid L makes shared pipes the main transfer case anyhow, right?


#12

Exhibit A


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