Podcast RSS feeds: Ogg Vorbis, MP3 and Opus. Title: Woodforde’s Wherry
In this episode: Ubuntu is now officially the most secure operating system in Britain. The first FirefoxOS tablet specs have been revealed. There may not be an Ubuntu Phone this year. China is working on its own Linux-based operating system and Fedora 21 will have no name. We’ve got some great finds this fortnight, some neurons to be vocalised and a fantastic Voice of the Masses.
What’s in the show:
News:Ubuntu is officially the most secure operating system in Britain, according to the
Communication Electronic Security Group. The first FirefoxOS tablet specs have been revealed. Canonical won’t be releasing an Ubuntu phone this year. The Chinese government is creating its own Linux-based mobile operating system, called COS. Net neutrality has been struck down in the US. Fedora 21 is going to take a little longer to be released, and won’t have a name. Finds of the Fortnight:
WordPress are a great combination.
OwnCloud 6’s document editing feature is brilliant for a first release, especially if you’re trying to create a magazine. The listed incremental flag in
tar creates archives containing only new files. Graham:
BrewPi is an awesome project that really works. Watch out for a tutorial in issue one of Linux Voice. Andrew:
In 2005, PC Pitstop
offered some money in its EULA. It took four months for the money to be claimed. The North Korean Embassy is very close.
Challenge the tea^C ^C ^C
Vocalise Your Neurons:
Thanks for your contributions for this episode. And if you want your neurons to be part of our next episode, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Voice of the Masses:
Does “one interface for everything” make sense?
Presenters: Ben Everard, Andrew Gregory, Graham Morrison and Mike Saunders.
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