Season 1 Episode 5: A bit belated
The podcast returns, skipping its fourth episode. Bob introduces a new "quick questions" section.
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- Linux User & Developer magazine is no longer producing new issues
- Valve launches Steam Proton beta, bringing unported Windows games to Linux. Here's the latest whitelist
- Microsoft joins the Open Innovation Network. Many news outlets misinterpret this to mean they're "open sourcing all their patents"
- Linus Torvalds announces he's taking a break from running the Linux kernel, and the kernel project introduces a new code of conduct
- Framasphere releases PeerTube 1.0
- Facebook compromises 29 million user accounts with its latest security breach
- How do I de-Google my life?
- Why do people make their Linux desktop look like a Mac?
- What kinds of Windows software would you like to see ported to Linux?
- My retrogaming PC got a RAM upgrade and an extra networking module. Now runs XP instead of Windows 98
- Now using Ubuntu MATE 18.04 LTS on my production laptop and Debian 9.5 in dual-boot on my PC gaming rig
- Experimented with OpenBSD 6.3 on an old Asus Eee PC 900 netbook
- Continued work on Mastodome 0.2, due for release later this year
- PHP 5.x will soon be end of life despite 62% of websites still using it
- Dropbox will soon only support unencrypted ext4 volumes on Linux
- Linux Plumber Conference 2018 will be hosted in Vancouver, Canada
- Kubecon 2018 will be hosted in Seattle, USA
- Linux Mint 19.1 LTS will be released soon
- Various hobby projects including an old DOS laptop, G3 Apple Macs, an Acorn Electron & more set to be covered in future episodes.
- Can the free software we're producing be used for evil? Should we be thinking about this earlier in the development cycle?
The podcast audio for this episode is provided under the license terms of Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). "Light Sting" by Kevin MacLeod, and "English Country Garden" are all available to download under license from the YouTube Creator Studio audio library.