Linux Outlaws 166 - Narwhals in Your Head
The Linux Outlaws are back with a new site, a new server, awesome music, a recap of the most important Linux and F/OSS topics of the last few weeks and a load of your feedback.
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- Linux Outlaws recently passed the three year mark!
- All new site and server
- Dan explains what happened to the old server while Fab was on holiday in Italy, massive thanks to @netzturbine for his help
- Jeremy Allison’s GUADEC videos at the Google Open Source Blog, Fab helped film most of these
- WordPress Foundation gets WP trademark
- US court upholds EULAs which threatens digital resale
- Intel confirms HDCP can now be broken at will
- Beer of the Week: Störtebeker Hanse-Porter
0:21:21 Releases & News
- Development:’ Fedora 14 Alpha, systemd deferred to F15
- Vyatta 6.1
- Legacy OS 2010, this used to be TEENpup Linux
- Tiny Core Linux 3.1
- SystemRescueCd 1.6.0
- Linux Mint Debian (201009)
- Python 2.6.6
- CyanogenMod 6.0
- KDE SC 4.5.1
- Cairo 1.10.0
- PostgreSQL 9.0
- Midori 0.2.8
- Banshee 1.7.6
- Wine 1.3.3
- gPodder 2.8
- No Pirates in Swedish parliament after all
- Diaspora goes public, releases code — that’s [die - ass - pora] apparently
- Ubuntu prototype uses face recognition to intelligently move UI elements
- OpenSolaris Governing Board resigns and OpenIndiana launches
- Oracle’s new “Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel”
- Oracle tops companies in Xorg Census
- Mageia — a Mandriva fork
- Matthew Garrett files case with US Customs against Fusion Garage
- Novell to be sold in two parts?
- MeeGo MIA at NokiaWorld
- MS Office boss becomes new Nokia CEO and President
- Microsoft cofounder drops patent bomb on Apple, Google and Facebook
- Allegedly pirated Microsoft products used as excuse in Russian political crackdown
- Donations: Thanks to Mark Gardner, Edward Daniel and everyone who flattr’d us!
- Daniel “brinky” Brinkers send Fab some money, a coffee gift card and a coffee-proof USB stick because of his laptop accident a few weeks back — amazing!
- DarthSydwayZ says he loves the Samsung Galaxy S he got after hearing us talking about Android
- Christopher (who didn’t leave a surname) found a stubby holder at his friend’s house and immediately thought of us, he send us a picture as inspiration for future merchandise, too
- Joe Ressington wrote to ask about an updated podcast production show — it’s been on the docket for a while now, we promise we will do it soon
- Dan West sends us the awesome Narwhals Song
- Matt Copp aka. @yamatt sent us the details of a cool distro made just for web developers: BrowserBox
- Joe Foy sends us info on Damn Vulnerable Linux
- Andreas Marschke tells us about a strategy game called Unknown Horizons for Linux
- SndChaser has done some great work archiving and uploading talks from this year’s Ohio Linux Fest
- We had other emails from Dylan C., Michael Dexter, Christopher V., spartan7, Andre, Jim Medeiros, Nigel Howard, Nehemiah, Serko, *Paul W.B.**, ACIDUK, Ell, SmokeyMaverick, William Nadeau, Dale Scott and Alistair Munro (as usual)
- Check out 20lb Sounds, also have a look on YouTube
- Events: New York City BSD Conference, at Cooper Union in Manhattan on November 12-14 / Indiana Linux Fest (no date yet)
Song: If Your Dad Doesn’t Have a Beard, You’ve Got Two Mums by The Beards — link emailed to us by listener Sean Rankin
The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.