In short, vtubers are content creators who use virtual avatars with often some light lore behind their character. Some are more dedicated to the character, some merely have an avatar. The virtual proxy characters and their backdrops tend to invite a lot creativity from the community side as well.
The GoL community has been by far the most welcoming out of all Linux communities (not just Linux *gaming* communities!) that I've been part of, and I'd love to see their Matrix, Discord and IRC rooms promoted in the sidebar.
Here are the links:
#gamingonlinux on Freenode
EDIT: I had completely missed the creation https://lemmy.ml/c/linux_gaming
So as to not needlessly separate communities, go there instead!
For all things related to gaming on penguin machines. Welcome.
So I've been looking for a real Discord alternative for years now and it seems Spaces is the thing that's finally going to start bringing in the functionality that exists in Discord. What I want to know is where could I follow the progress it? Not only am I very excited about it, but I'd also like to warn my friends well in advance before I nuke my Discord account.
This editor is growing in to one of the biggest interests I have in software and seeing as there still isn't a community for Neovim, I thought I should probably step up. Right now there isn't any very recent big news to talk about, but I thought I'd drop the link nevertheless. Hope to see you there.