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Gnome's new tricks, our favorite thing about the Raspberry Pi 3B+, Eric Raymond's call for an open source UPS, and the US city that banned Bitcoin mining. Plus Let's Encrypt rolls out wildcard certs, Firefox 59's new Linux feature, and why Wil Wheaton switched to Debian.
OpenWatch is trying to free your wrist and empower modular smart watches, Fedora's solution to the IoT mess, and more AMP shenanigans from Google to take over the web. Debian and Kali land on Windows 10's Linux Subsystem, and Noah joins Chris from SCaLE16x
Developers are the new gold rush for OEMs and selling Linux is their way to get you to buy. Purism takes big steps to make their laptops more secure, the Linux kernel is ready for lockdown mode, and the new uses for Sailfish just might surprise you.
Open Source salvation from Android and iOS gets closer this week, an update on Ubuntu's metrics collection & huge news for Signal and RISC-V Linux fans.
A famous Solaris tool comes to Linux, Firefox is baking in ads & Google wants to take over the web with AMP. Plus Ubuntu's plans to collect user metrics, the Linux on Galaxy survey & Plasma desktop on a Nintendo Switch.
It's week of major project releases, elementary OS gears up for some contested changes & Mozilla has a solution for the world's IoT mess. Plus fail0verflow gets Linux on the Nintendo Switch & our favorite new features of VLC 3.0.
Red Hat shakes up the container world with its CoreOS purchase. Skype ships as a snap and Chris has a report from Canonical's recent development sprint. Plus more hardware for Plasma Mobile, Matrix gets a big boost & the FSF receives a large Bitcoin donation.
Ubuntu is switching back to Xorg, Linus calls out Intel & are the BSDs dying? Plus how you can start testing Plasma Mobile, Purism aims for convergence & Mycroft is back!
A major open source milestone, some OnePlus users compromised, Google switches to Debian & we have Spectre and Meltdown updates. Plus what happened to NHoS & more!
Barcelona is switching to FOSS the right way, Nextcloud launches peer-to-peer encrypted video calls, big changes are coming to Google's AMP & why the BSD camp is laughing at Linux this week. Plus Fedora's new "primary architecture", Ubuntu 17.10 is back & more!
We start with good news, fun speculation & an open source success story. Then we get into Meltdown and Spectre. Plus we follow up on the lawsuit that could split the community & then we eat some Bitcoin humble pie.
Our top 4 predictions for Linux in 2018 & then we shift gears and give you the top 6 things we hope just might happen. Plus we put hard numbers on the highs & lows of Bitcoin during 2018.
Chris and Joe look back at the big news stories of 2017, some notable trends, the changes that impacted Desktop Linux users & the topics that dominated the community discussion.
Mozilla violates users' trust, Amazon has a new Linux, OpenSSH is coming to Windows & Intel blocks disabling of the Management Engine. Plus an update on the Conservancy's fight with the Software Freedom Law Center & more.
The Ghost of Yahoo and Mozilla go to battle, the right way to abandon a project, the coming UK Bitcoin crackdown, and Android GO is released to OEMs. Plus the Intel ME situation that's much worse than previously known.
Bitcoin breaks $10k & we ponder its true value, big companies join the compliance-first approach to GPLv2, we spot some red flags in the latest Raspbian x86 release & Mozilla has a new open source project. Plus Jolla gets in on the blockchain hype & we clarify the Linux LTS situation.
Android tracking more invasive than previously known, Ubuntu wants your ideas for Mir & Linus gets heated about Kernel security while we focus on the technical issue at the heart of the matter. Plus a new magazine from the Raspberry Pi Foundation, several vulnerabilities in Intel's Management Engine & more!
Fedora goes modular, Firefox makes a quantum leap & a Linux classic makes a come back. Plus a big moment for the Kernel, Red Hat goes ARM & OpenPlus has a backdoor with a twist.
New details show Linux on Galaxy phones further along than expected, Bitcoin's bad week explained & CrossOver enables Windows apps, on ChromeOS. Plus Canonical puts out a call for help, Munich votes to return to Windows & Steam on Linux turns 5.
It's a week of red flags and success. The Plasma Mobile project sets humble goals, Firefox learns new tricks, a TOR flaw for Linux users & Canonical joins the Gnome Advisory Board. Plus a new report claims every Bitcoin transaction uses as much energy as your house in a week & two legal matters that may have long-term impacts on the Linux community.
Big changes coming to Linux Mint, hope for ZFS upstream in Linux, and Mozilla helps out TOR. Plus how Russia may help legitimize cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, and Solus makes a call for help.
The Linux desktop on Samsung phones, Intel ME disabled on Purism laptops, big Kernel news & Ubuntu 17.10 is out. Plus our brief thoughts on the new Ubuntu release, its various flavors, an important milestone & the larger Open Source story.
Fixing Steam on Linux for good, new toys for Fedora and Plasma users, OnePlus gets busted & the Librem 5 gets funded. Plus some key project updates & more!
Google's new hardware fails to impress, Sailfish X becomes a reality & the most disappointing thing about Munich's slide back to proprietary software. Plus why Bitcoin Gold is the people's coin, Oracle advises the White House against FOSS & ChromeOS gets a grownup Linux feature.
Was any work really getting done? Or was it all a big party? I had always been curious what one of these Ubuntu events was like. Recently I had the good fortune of being invited to the Ubuntu Rally in New York City. We packed up our car and drove across the country to attend the event. This is the first major company event since Canonical restructured, announced Ubuntu Gnome would be the future, and laid off many employees. How was the mood? Was any work really getting done? And what groundwork are they laying for Ubuntu 18.04, one of their most important releases ever. As a longtime Linux and open source user/advocate, I was committed to getting answers to these questions. So I drove from the Pacific to the Atlantic to get them.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Jupiter Broadcasting
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
Jun 29th, 2014
Latest Episode
Mar 19th, 2018
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
199
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
No

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