Author: Dylan Language: text
Description: FetchCord Timestamp: 2020-08-25 01:31:33 +0000
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  1. My name is Dylan, and I'm a huge fan of the show. I've been a dedicated listener ever since I got involved in Linux about 7 months ago. I love listening when I'm on the road, or relaxing with a good old fashioned Arch update.
  3. I'm contacting you today in hopes of having a really cool piece of software my friends made highlighted on the show. It's called FetchCord, and it's main purpose is to display your OS info as rich presence on Discord. If you're familiar with Discord rich presence, it displays info about the game you're playing on your profile, so others can see what game you're playing, how long you've been playing, and even if you're in a match. FetchCord replaces all of that with OS specific info, basically displaying the output of Neofetch on your profile. Distro, kernel version, number of packages, DE, what terminal or IDE you're currently using, and even the make of your host machine can all be displayed. It's a very simple CLI program, with many different ways to install it, including an AUR package. My friends put a lot of time, effort, and love into this project, and I'm sure they'd love to hear you guys talk about it, and give your own feedback on it. I'll include the Github link here.
  5. Thanks guys, and keep up the good work!
  7. -Dylan
  10. Permission: I grant permission to read or post this feedback on-air and/or on the website.
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