Podcast Season 3 Episode 15


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Title: Consignia

In this episode: The Alliance for Open Media promises to cure all video streaming ills. Unity games development comes to Linux. Lilo is laid to rest and the Raspberry Pi has an official touchscreen. We’ve got some spectacular finds, some neurons and a pictorial Voice of the Masses.

What’s in the show:

  • News:
  • Finds of the Fortnight:
    • From our #linuxvoice IRC channel on Freenode:
    • Mike:
      • Vim-clutch, a physical pedal for switching vim modes (Thanks Darius!)
      • You can name GNU Screen TTY sessions with screen -S name (Thanks Nathaniel!)
    • Graham:
      • The streaming feature in SteamOS is good enough to stream Elite: Dangerous to your Linux PC.
      • It is possible to run the latest FlymeOS on the Ubuntu edition of the Meizu MX4 (here’s the Ubuntu restore image).
    • Ben:
      • A graphical OS for 8 bit Ataris.
      • Google’s new logo can be rendered into a 290 byte SVG.
      • Google’s Hangouts work well in Firefox.
      • STRML.net interactively composes its CSS to the screen.
    • Andrew:
  • Vocalise Your Neurons:
    • Huge thanks to both Andreas and Ryan. Get in touch with Mike (mike@linuxvoice.com) if you’d like your neurons vocalised next episode.
  • Voice of the Masses: Does Linux need a new mascot?

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

Download as high-quality Ogg Vorbis (56MB)

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Download the smaller yet even more awesome Opus file (21 MB)

Duration: 1:04:36

Theme Music by Brad Sucks.


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