Podcast RSS feeds: Ogg Vorbis, MP3 and Opus. Title: The Plague
In this episode: There are two new major Linux-related pieces of hardware, Raspberry Pi 2 and the Ubuntu Phone. CrunchBang may yet live, and GnuPG is now well funded. We’ve got some great discoveries, we discuss how Free Software should be funded and there’s even a Neuron to vocalise.
What’s in the show:
Finds of the Fortnight:
#linuxvoice IRC channel on Freenode:
<james_olympus> This isn’t really a find because it’s been on the Raspberry Pi blog, but thought I’d mention it:
http://www.raspberrypi.org/emulation-on-raspberry-pi-2/ <Nanu_Phoenix> You asked me to remind you about the
Marmite Easter eggs… <james_olympus> The Playstation emulator is ‘
PCSX Rearmed‘, I’ve been revisiting the old Playstation games… oh dear, that makes me sound old. <Nanu_Phoenix> There’s
openRA too at openra.net – an open source command and conquer game. <Nanu_Phoenix> I discovered
lstopo yesterday which can generate an .svg map of your PC’s hardware from the command line. Mike:
KDE’s file manager,
Dolphin, can embed a terminal into the window by pressing F4 (thanks to Dave Allen) Graham:
Text to speech in
Pocket works really well. Ben:
Crypto-currencies such as bitcoin
can teach you how stock exchanges work. Andrew:
Vocalise Your Neurons:
Huge thanks to Ricardo for his thoughts. If you’d like yours read out next time, email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Voice of the Masses:
What’s the best way to fund Free Software?
Presenters: Ben Everard, Andrew Gregory, Graham Morrison and Mike Saunders.
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