Podcast Season 2 Episode 18

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 Podcast RSS feeds: Ogg Vorbis, MP3 and Opus.

Title: Live from OggCamp 2014

In this episode: Shellshock was always one of our favourite New Order tracks, but now it’s one of our least favourite Linux vulnerabilities. Adobe is dropping Reader support for Linux, but kind-of bringing Photoshop to Chrome OS. We have some great discoveries, a real live Voice of the Masses, and we’re joined by the awesome Ben Nuttall of the Raspberry Pi Foundation
[recorded infront of an audience, OggCamp 2014].

What’s in the show:

  • News:
  • Finds of the Fortnight:
    • Andrew:
      • There’s a concentration of people on the Autistic spectrum working at GCHQ.
    • Graham:
      • KDE’s text editor, Kate, has a macro snippets system that can be programmed with a Javascript-like language.
      • And a show-stopping bug in Kate’s snippets has been fixed by the author of the above blog post, Sven Brauch.
    • Ben (Everard):
      • WebSDR – software defined radio that lets listeners tune in to a frequency on a received broadcast frequency range from a specific location (many thanks to David Tarrant for this Find).
      • From our own torrent server seeding various distributions, CentOS 7 is the most seeded by other peers (meaning the peers leave their torrent is running after the download) while Kali and Knoppix are the top two in terms of peers quitting after the download has completed.
    • Ben (Nuttall):
    • Mike:
      • A bug in DMA Design’s Race’n’Chase game led them to create Grand Theft Auto.
  • Vocalise Your Neurons:
      We didn’t have the time to vocalise any neurons in this episode, but if you’d like yours read out next time, email them to [email protected]
  • Voice of the Masses: Have Heartbleed and Shellshock changed your attitude to open source security?(sorry for the variable audio quality throughout Voice of the Masses. The audio recording from the remote mic didn’t work)

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

Download as high-quality Ogg Vorbis (27MB)

Download as low-quality MP3 (34MB)

Download the smaller yet even more awesome Opus file (11MB)

Duration: 32:52

Theme Music by Brad Sucks.

Photo of us recording at OggCamp by Rich Wareham (@richwareham) CC BY-SA. Thanks!

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