March 7, 2014
We’re celebrating the sucess of issue 1 with a Steam gaming session. We’re going to be playing Team Fortress 2 on Monday night at 8.30pm (UK time). We’ve picked this (more…)
Games games games!
March 5, 2014
If you like playing games and you like Linux, you should check out the new Linux Voice steam group (thanks Huw!). Pop in and say hi, or reek fiery vengeance (more…)
OCR Raspberry Jamboree
February 26, 2014
This Thursday and Friday in Manchester we’re attending the OCR Raspberry Jam, an event whose aim is to share the educational potential of the Raspberry Pi. There’s a bunch of (more…)
March 5, 2014
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The DVD is now available via bittorrent. You can download it here.
February 28, 2014
Title: Issue One
In this episode: Linux Voice magazine is now available throughout the UK and soon throughout the world. There are going to be Ubuntu phones this year. Linux Containers 1.0 has been released and the Mt. Gox bitcoin exchange runs into difficulty. We’ve got some great finds, a neuron and plenty of voices in podcast recorded in a large conference hall at the Manchester Raspberry Jamboree.
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Issue 1 is (almost) agogo
February 19, 2014
We’ve been hard at work on issue one, and it’s now at the printers. It will be in newsagents in the UK on 27th February, and worldwide soon after. Digital subscribers will get an email on the 27th explaining how to download the PDF version. Unfortunately, our American distributor hasn’t been able to get us into shops in the US from issue 1, so non-subscriber Americans will have to wait until issue 2.
There’s loads of great stuff to look forward to in this issue. We’ll be looking at the 51 greatest things about free software, seeing how coding was done in ye olde times, brewing beer with a Raspberry Pi, escaping the clutches of Google Docs with Own Cloud, and so much more. We’ll keep you updates as things progress,
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