I haven't watched it yet but I bet it's yet another good one from Jon.
Anyone who has been using Linux for a while is familiar with package managers and package management. Being a Fedora user, I have noticed a few projects that Fedora has in the works to augment package management. For example, Fedora Atomic does not the traditional package manager (dnf) but uses rpm-ostree instead. Why would Fedora be working on additional packaging systems? What is wrong with existing package managers? I have been asking myself those questions for some time now.
Kristoffer Grönlund provides answers to those questions in a talk entitled, "Package Manages all the way down". Enjoy.