Linux Outlaws 175 - Clusterfork
This week on the show: Telstra violating the GPL, Ubuntu wants to move away from X, FSFLA says the Linux kernel is open core, Google sues the US government, Apple finally kills the Xserve and much more…
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- The name for Fedora 15 has been announced: Lovelock — I mean… seriously… WTF!?
- Beer of the Week: Flensburger Pilsener
0:10:52 Releases, Security & News
- Fedora 14
- Webconverger 7.0
- xPUD 0.9.5
- Sabayon Linux 5.4 “Experimental Spins”
- Rockbox 3.7
- MyPaint 0.9.0
- $42 German P2P fine stark contrast to seven-figure US judgments
- WikiLeaks defectors working on alternative whistleblower site
- Telstra is violating the GPL — thanks to Andreas for sending us this story
- Ubuntu contemplates move to Wayland, Nvidia won’t support it
- FSFLA: Linux kernel is “open core”
- Fork off: mass exodus from OOo as contributors join LibreOffice
- Elementary project codes their own file manager: Marlin
- Stormy Peters is leaving leading position at Gnome
- Gnome 3 gets a new theme and a new font
- Donations: A big thank you to Haris Ali, Markus May, Duncan Eastoe, Akshay Shah, Hanna Pietikäinen and all flattr-ers
- Ravel López from Albuquerque is inspired by Fab to move to Fedora and is also thinking about joining the Design Team
- Sohier sent us a very scary neck beard picture
- Triplem tells us about ArchServer.org, a spin-off of Arch Linux which is optimized for servers
- Raymii says the new Facebook film, The Social Network, is crap
- Robin sent us a link to Juice Media’s Rap New — amazing stuff!
- It’s Joe Foy’s birthday and he tells us his experiences with the Kindle he got as a present
- Other emails this week from Rachel Ward, Sven Lankes, Scott Lavender, Jeff Cannon, Robert Main, Ben from NJ, Paul Norrie and Rob Parker
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