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Podcast Season 2 Episode 13


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Title: DRIP’n'tap

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.

(psst, you should go to OggCamp!)

What’s in the show:

Presenters: Ben Everard, Andrew Gregory, Graham Morrison and Mike Saunders.

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Duration: 1:09:58

Theme Music by Brad Sucks.

8 thoughts on “Podcast Season 2 Episode 13

  1. Article on PGP would be very welcome. I’m putoff by apparent complexity to set it up and then to communicate with others who don’t use PGP

  2. Guys, can we lose all the silly giggling, etc please? If you want to see how it should be done check out Linux Luddites. I love the magazine, but you’re letting yourselves down with all the juvenile behaviour, please stop it.

    1. Stuart Kearns

      What good is life without silly, inappropriate, juvenile behavior? I love the magazine and the podcast. Keep it silly, keep it safe.

  3. Stephan Kamphuis

    Hi guys, first i like to congratulate you on what seems to be a successful launch of the new linuxvoice magazine. I haven’t read it jet but i will. For the discussions about discoveries i like to suggest catch or catches.
    On a last rant, i have to agree with John Plain, I do not mind the occasional silence but the giggling is annoying. Don’t stop laughing altogether just dim down the giggling.

  4. FWIW. I love the fact that you guys can make each other laugh, and don’t stop giggling, it feels completely natural.
    Also I disagree with the whole discovery vs finds debate – didn’t you invent discoveries anyway? I don’t fully understand unless there are copyright issues? It’s always been /your/ podcast – you can do what you darn well like!
    It’s partly because you are all clearly enjoying each others banter that makes us feel included and welcomed.
    OTOH, it might be an interesting “challenge of the fortnight” to try to not laugh during the podcast (or not be negative about anything – hehe) because we all love it when you /fail/.
    Best regards,
    Mihaly K.

    No such thing as a problem without a gift for you in it’s hands.

  5. Interesting to hear about first distros. My first Linux distro was Red Hat, some time ago when it was still free, and it would not do much or connect to the Internet, so back to Windows, until I got so fed up with it that I looked again at Linux, could no longer get Red Hat for free, so I went with Xandros, which I used for a few years until I had to reinstall, it would not work, so I switched to Ubuntu. Now I use Ubuntu Studio.

  6. Great show again. Keep going you are going from strength to strength. Looks likes aLinux Towers are falling down.


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