Article from Issue 239/2020

This month in Linux Voice.

Linux is no longer just the playground for programmers that it was twenty years ago. Today's Linux is for everybody, but even if you aren't a coder, you'll have to get used to seeing some source code. The GitHub development platform is home for hundreds of open source projects, and if you spend enough time around Linux, you'll eventually pay a visit to GitHub to download some source code and build it yourself. This month, we help you get closer to GitHub with an article on how to interact with a GitHub repository using the hub command-line extension. Also in this month's issue, we introduce you to PulseEffects, a cool tool that adds an equalizer and other enhancements to the PulseAudio sound server, and we show you how to create your own extension for the popular Inkscape vector graphics application.

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