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DistroTube seeks to fill a real but treacherous void in IT journalism: editorial content. It's no surprise that a discipline like computer science, whose most elemental character is the quantification of everything, would be hostile to purely subjective, opinionated content. What this channel repeatedly fails to deliver are the anecdotal references and persuasive logical arguments that make such content useful and distinguish journalists from pundits. My experience in short is that any topic covered here is invariably covered better in many places elsewhere. See More
Peter J. Mello's Experience
Some of the Level1Techs content can be overly detailed or specific, and may cover topics that some viewers don't - yet - have the experience to find useful. As a result it may seem very tedious for some viewers if topic doesn't directly relate to them, or if you just want a quick and easily consumable video. See More
Wendell and the Level1Techs team have never produce content that doesn't cover in-depth topics, additionally any titles that seem like "click bait" will actually have some real content in the actual video. Some other Linux YouTube channels frequently suffer from content which only showcases Linux desktop environments in a 'hype clip' format, often without covering any functional or difficult Linux content in any detail. See More
You could argue that Level1Techs doesn't produce enough Linux specific content in comparison to other topics. That being said Wendell and his team are really dedicated Linux in general by showcasing it on other channels to increase Linux awareness to new demographics, on their forums, contributing to open-source software development, participating with the Linux community, or producing tech videos that are useful to everyone including Linux users. See More
Wendell and the Level1Techs team members never craft content with the intent of degrading people who use more common operating systems. They focus on creating content promotes the benefits of Linux such as open-source software, privacy protection, utility in enterprise, and community as well as its development. See More
They have partnered with several other tech channels to make content, such as: Linus Tech Tips, Gamers Nexus, The Linux Gamer, Paul's Hardware, jayztwocents, TechDeals, Joker Productions, Tech YES City, Tek Syndicate, Tech Showdown, EposVox, Louis Rossmann, as well as others. See More
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