Podcast RSS feeds: Ogg Vorbis, MP3 and Opus. Title: The Fellowship of the Ring
In this episode: Fedora 20 is out. A beta of SteamOS has been released and OwnCloud 6 comes out of beta. We’ve got some great discoveries, a real challenge report and the hugely enjoyable Voice of the Masses. Plus, we’re joined by a special mystery guest.
Many thanks to the
White Hart Inn, Calne, for allowing us to record the podcast in their pub (and for turning off Sade).
What’s in the show:
There have been many awesome releases over the last couple of weeks: Fedora 20 has been released, and makes ARM7 a primary architecture. A beta version of SteamOS, the gaming operating system put together by Valve, has been released. OwnCloud 6 has also been released, and includes document editing ‘in the cloud’. Google’s takeout now includes mbox as an export format for GMail. South Korea may switch to Ubuntu after the EOL of Windows XP. Munich has successfully completed its transition to Linux. And Linux Voice hits its 90k target. Things we found out in two weeks:
SteamOS is great, even on low powered hardware, if you enjoy indie games. Ben:
We’ve got the
Lear-Siegler ADM-3A terminal to thank for ‘~’ as a shortcut for ‘home’ in the Linux terminal. Andrew:
Nexus 5 is alright and scary in equal measure. There’s a long barrow near Turkdean that was talked about at the beginning of an
Indiana Jones movie. Canonical has never paid for a magazine advertisement
until now. The Part Where People Ask Us To Do Things:
Thanks for your challenge Bob! Let us know your challenge ideas for the next podcast – email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Voice of the Masses:
What is Biggest event/story/project of 2013?
Presenters: Ben Everard, Andrew Gregory, Graham Morrison and Mike Saunders.
(we wedge open the squeaky door after about 17 minutes, so it’s worth persevering if you find this annoying)
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