UBports develop and maintain the Ubuntu Touch smartphone operating system, you can follow them at:

➡️ @ubports@mastodon.social (main account)

➡️ @ubports@pixelfed.social (photos)

Their website is at ubports.com and there's a device compatibility list at devices.ubuntu-touch.io

Boiling Steam is a news site and podcast about Linux gaming, both on PCs and other devices like the Steam Deck. You can follow at:

➡️ @boilingsteam

Their website is at boilingsteam.com and the podcast is at boilingsteam.com/series/boilin

Ozoned Cast is a live streaming video account mainly about Linux and Linux gaming. You can follow at:

➡️ @ozoned

The stream itself is at stream.ozoned.net and powered by @owncast (which is a sort of free open Fediverse alternative to Twitch).

If you follow the account, you'll see a post in your timeline when the stream goes live.

YunoHost is a special version of Linux which makes it much easier to host your own online free open source services. It works on many kinds of hardware including cheap small computers like the Raspberry Pi.

You can follow the project at:

➡️ @yunohost@mastodon.social (main account, in English and French)

➡️ @yunohost@cinema.yunohost.support (videos, in French)

More info from the official website at yunohost.org

KDE is a worldwide free open source software community which creates all kinds of popular projects such as the Plasma desktop, Kdenlive, @Krita, @plasmamobile and lots more. You can follow at:

➡️ @kde@mastodon.technology (main account)

➡️ @kde@conf.tube (conference videos)

➡️ @kdefr (French language community)

➡️ @kde_espana (Spanish language community)

The KDE website is at kde.org

There are several alternative versions of Ubuntu Linux which have official accounts on here:

➡️ @lubuntu - Lubuntu is a lightweight version of Ubuntu which works on older and lower price hardware

➡️ @Kubuntu - Kubuntu uses the KDE Plasma desktop interface instead of Gnome

➡️ @ubuntustudio - Ubuntu Studio is aimed at creative people, and comes bundled with lots of free open source creative software

hatniX is a livestreamer who plays Linux games on the Fediverse. You can follow at:

➡️ @hatnix@live.hatnix.net (live stream)

➡️ @hatnix@social.tchncs.de (main account)

➡️ @hatnix@diode.zone (video archive of the livestream)

Their main website is at hatnix.net and their livestream page is at live.hatnix.net.

Their stream video archive page is at diode.zone/a/hatnix/videos

LWN.net is one of the internet's longest-running news sites about free open source software including Linux. You can follow them at:

➡️ @LWN

Their website is at lwn.net

They were originally founded in 1998 when "LWN" stood for "Linux Weekly News". They now cover much more than that, with items about the free open source software world in general.

Pine64 make low-price Linux-based smartphones, computers, smartwatches etc. You can follow them at:

➡️ @PINE64 (main account)

➡️ @pine64eu (European online shop)

➡️ @pine64tilvids (video account)

Their site is pine64.org

Pine64 hardware is for tech fans who like to customise their devices, and made in collaboration with the user community. They're not intended as "daily drivers".

OMG! Ubuntu! is a long-established news site about Ubuntu and other forms of Linux, as well as free open source software in general. You can follow at:

➡️ @omgubuntu

The website is at omgubuntu.co.uk


Veronica Explains posts guides about Linux, computing and random tech. You can follow at:

➡️ @vkc (main account)

➡️ @veronicaexplains (video account)

Veronica also has a website at vkc.sh

If the videos aren't visible from your instance yet, you can see them at tilvids.com/a/veronicaexplains

Ubuntu Studio is a version of the Ubuntu Linux operating system customised for creative people. You can follow at:

➡️ @ubuntustudio

More info and downloads from the official site at ubuntustudio.org

Ubuntu Studio comes bundled with lots of creative software for editing graphics, audio, video, design and more.

The Seattle GNU/Linux conference is a grassroots group that holds an annual event to promote free open software and hardware. They are based in Seattle, WA, USA, but their events have been online recently due to the pandemic.

You can follow their official accounts at:

➡️ @SeaGL@mastodon.social (main account)

&

➡️ @SeaGL@pixelfed.social (photos)

Their website is at seagl.org

Dino is a free open source XMPP/Jabber app which includes support for encrypted messaging, voice/video calls and conferencing. You can follow at:

➡️ @dino

It's available for many different versions of Linux from dino.im

FreeRCT is a free open source theme park game inspired by RollerCoaster Tycoon. You can follow at:

➡️ @FreeRCT

The game uses entirely libre assets, so you don't need any proprietary licences to play it. It's still in alpha testing but playable.

FreeRCT is available for Linux and Windows from freerct.net

The Linux Experiment is an excellent video series all about Linux, free software, hardware and related topics. You can follow at:

➡️ @thelinuxexperiment

If the videos aren't visible from your instance yet, you can see them all at tilvids.com/a/thelinuxexperime

(IMPORTANT: If you followed the account before March 2022, please read this post - mstdn.social/@feditips/1079165)

Plasma Mobile is a free open source phone platform which runs on top of various different Linux distributions. You can follow the project at:

➡️ @plasmamobile

The project website is at plasma-mobile.org

Like the Plasma desktop, Plasma Mobile is run by @kde

The best device for Plasma Mobile is currently the PinePhone made by @PINE64

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