Podcast Season 2 Episode 11
Title: The Dark Wheel
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.
What’s in the show:
There are now more than 500 Linux games on Steam, and Civilization 5 has been released. Kim Dotcom is offering £3m to encourage whistleblowers to help prove the case against him is “unlawful or corrupt”. Has the Turing Test been passed? We don’t think so. The ace drawing application, Krita, is kickstarting a campaign to help with development and Docker 1.0 has been released.
- Finds of the Fortnight:
- Xiki; the shell on steroids.
- Mostly Harmless is sci-fi malarkey set in the universe of Elite and Frontier.
- Vocalise Your Neurons:
- Voice of the Masses: Free Software vs open source – what do you use?
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Presenters: Ben Everard, Andrew Gregory, Graham Morrison and Mike Saunders.
Theme Music by Brad Sucks.