Podcast Season 4 Episode 13

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Title: Happy Birthday Linux!

In this episode: Kernel development, mailing list arguments over GPL and the SFC, PowerShell and lots of awesome Finds. Plus – Voice of the Masses!

What’s in the show:

  • News:
  • Finds of the Fortnight:
    • From our #linuxvoice IRC channel on Freenode:
      • <Ioangogo-pi> https://home-assistant.io an open-source home automation platform running on Python 3.
      • <Korruptor> Football scores from the command-line with https://github.com/architv/soccer-cli, also a gui for Twitch which I’ve been using: https://github.com/bastimeyer/livestreamer-twitch-gui
      • <mcphail> If your SSH session disconnects, you can be left with an unresponsive terminal which doesn’t respond to ctrl-C. You can close the session by pressing ‘[Enter]~’.
      • <saltee> I found Cacti recently (well a few months ago). Network graphing using RRDTool via lovely web based interface. Tons of plug-ins available for those that want to explore.
      • <silentboatman> There’s also Guacamole (https://guacamole.incubator.apache.org) – found this quite a while ago but have been test driving. It’s a “clientless remote desktop gateway” – remote desktops through html5. Works really well.
      • <Ioangogo> Configure Valve’s Steam Controllers with sc-controller.
    • Graham:
      • Google’s Translate app for Android will translate and replace text in realtime video.
    • Andrew:
      • Jeremy Corbyn’s new digital manifesto was announced at Newspeak House.
    • Ben:
    • Mike:
  • Vocalise your Neurons:
      If you want Mike to read out your neurons next time, email your thoughts to [email protected]
  • Voice of the Masses:

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

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Duration: 58:37

Theme Music by Brad Sucks.

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