In this episode: We’ve got lots of good news from various governmental institutions, including Valencia, Geneva, Toulouse and the United Kingdom. GOG now officially supports Linux. Tails is broken and Windows recalculates its market share. Plus, we’ve got some reasonable discoveries, no neurons and another exceptional Voice of the Masses.
Recorded live in The Wellington pub, Birmingham – over 18 real ales and some background noise.
In this episode: The Raspberry Pi gets an upgrade. Linux Journal gets snooped. CentOS 7 is out and nearly all the world’s super-computers run Linux. There’s a new version of KDE, but a KDE tablet has been cancelled. We’ve also got finds, neurons and a spectacular Voice of the Masses.
In this episode: Russia is going to build its own PC systems and its own Linux-based operating system. Ardour needs some cash. OwnCloud 7 is on the horizon and Krita is doing quite well. We’ve got a special guest, five discoveries and an excellent Voice of the Masses. All from wonderful Germany.
In this episode: There are now 500 Linux games on Steam. Kim Dotcom is looking for a whistleblower. The Turing Test has been conquered, maybe, and the Krita project is looking for funds. We’ve got some finds, no neurons, and an excellent Voice of the Masses.
In this episode: Reddit Linux users have voted for Arch in their Distribution Survey. The Chinese government has banned Windows 8. DRM is coming to Firefox and Jono Bacon is leaving Ubuntu. There’s more OpenStack news from Canonical and Witcher 2 in poor Linux game conversion shocker. We’ve also got lots of great discoveries, some lovely neurons and an awesome Voice of the Masses.
In this episode: Linus Torvalds is given another award. Yet Another Kernel Bug. Razor-qt and LXDE merge to create LXQt. Google may have to amend certain search results and a crowd funded open laptop hits its target. Plus! There are several rather excellent neurons and lots of distro-love in this episode.
In this episode: OpenBSD forks OpenSSL to create LibreSSL. Internet Explorer has a security bug that won’t be fixed in Windows XP. Ubuntu 14.04 has been released and Canonical may drop Ubuntu for Android. Ben discovers how to tie his shoelaces, we’ve got some great neurons and the internet famous Voice of the Masses.
In this episode: Heartbleed has disrupted online security. Edward Snowden used Linux. A new Civilization game is coming to Linux. Canonical has cancelled Ubuntu One and there’s a new Raspberry Pi. We’ve also got a rather good finds section, some neurons and a polemic Voice of the Masses.
In this episode: More Microsoft news than you’ll find in a Microsoft podcast. Mozilla gets a new CEO. Gnome 3.12 has been released and we may finally be able to legally rip CDs in the United Kingdom. And Ben’s book is doing well on Amazon. We’ve got some lovely Finds of the Fortnight, a single neuron to share and an epic Voice of the Masses.
In this episode: There’s lots of news in this episode, including Broadcom releasing the full source of its VideoCore IV GPU, a free ‘Introduction to Linux’ course from the Linux Foundation, CRYENGINE’s imminent Linux release and the formation of a Linux Voice Steam Group. We’ve got some great discoveries, three neurons to vocalise and an awesome Voice of the Masses.