This is an amazing way to commingle your audiences and gain awareness and traction for your podcast. I spend a full 8-hour day one time per month being interviewed on 16 other shows because I know that being exposed to other audiences, no matter the size, will continue to grow my name and reputation.
I hear it all the time on intros, outros, during the episode… heck, I used to do it myself until I wised up.
If you don't like to listen to it each time you login, you can easily disable it, or change it to your favorite sound. Under the "Accessibility" tab, change to a sound you like from the drop-down menu for "Login successful", click "Play" to try the sound if needed. Log out and log back in to check the new setting for login sound. Similarly you can try out sounds for "Login screen ready" and "Login failed".
Do you prefer Windows TrueType fonts to the default fonts installed by Linux Mint. The mscorefonts package containing most Microsoft fonts can be installed and configured easily in a few steps below: Paste sudo apt-get install ttf-mscorefonts-installer into the Terminal (by pressing Ctrl-Shift-V in the Terminal after copying the highlighted code).
How about installing more TrueType fonts. With your font files, you can manually add them into the system following the steps below: Besides this, you can run an application such as Font-Manager to view, install, remove fonts and so on.