Podcast Season 2 Episode 13
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:
There’s a new Raspberry Pi, the Model B+. Linux Journal is an extremist forum and only 49 MPs opposed the UK’s emergency surveillance laws. CentOS 7 has been released. 97% of the world’s super computers run Linux. The Vivaldi KDE tablet project has been cancelled. KDE 5 has been released and Mozilla Research is building a new jpeg library.
- Finds of the Fortnight:
- The Linux desktop is way behind when it comes to high DPI displays.
- The new regulator in the new Raspberry Pi is rather good.
- British cyclists can’t stay on their bikes.
- Vocalise Your Neurons:
- Voice of the Masses: What software combination do you run?
Thanks Phil – and thanks for your patience! If you’d like your brains to be part of our next episode email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presenters: Ben Everard, Andrew Gregory, Graham Morrison and Mike Saunders.
Theme Music by Brad Sucks.