In this episode: We’ve got XBMC shapeshifting fun, Debian running on all 64-bits of ARM CPUs, super-safe two factor authentication making it into the kernel and everything’s (probably) alright in Munich. There’s conference news, perhaps our longest ‘Finds’ section, a tripple neuron spectacular and a super-ace Voice of the Masses.
What’s in the show:
The XBox Media Center is no more. Long live Kodi! There’s now a Debian port for the ARM 64-bit architecture. Freshmeat, the defunct software release aggregator of olde, has been reborn as fresh(code). Two factor authentication has been added to the kernel source tree. Munich and its Linux-migration has been in the news again with reports the city council is considering switching back to Windows. And the next release of Qt (version 5.4) will use LGPLv3. We’re also media partners of the big data Span conference being held at the end of October in London, and we’re still proud sponsors of this year’s OggCamp un-conference being held in Oxford.