Linux Outlaws 179 - Lead Lined Pants
On the show this week: Cablegate, more on the Novell deal, Google Wave becomes an Apache project, Microsoft meddles in OpenStreetMap, Symbian Foundation shutting down and much more as usual…
Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions.
- There’s now a trailer for Fab’s Shakespeare play
- Appeals court: Pirate Bay admins still guilty
- Gran Turismo 5 is out
- Get your Jimbo Wales on!
- gPodder running on Android (CLI only)
- Wine of the Week: 2008 Dornfelder
0:19:24 Releases, Security & News
- Tiny Core Linux 3.3
- BackTrack 4 R2
- Quirky 1.4
- PyPy 1.4
- Identicurse 0.3 — @psquid’s command line identi.ca client
- Diaspora private alpha
- Event: International Open Data Hackathon, December 4
- “Going commando” on the TSA
- Wikileaks exposes thousands of US embassy cables
- Australia finally on the way to better Internet access?
- Novell deal: Attachmate will keep UNIX copyrights, SUSE will stay as it is?
- @mcepl tells us why the Attachmate server is overloaded
- Google Wave to become Apache project
- Unigine announces competition for Linux game developers
- Whatever happened to Chrome OS?
- Symbian Foundation shutting down now
- OpenStreetMap founder joins Microsoft’s Bing Maps team, Microsoft will contribute to OSM
- Microsoft gives up on their pseudo-RAID for Windows Home Server, pisses off users
- M$ now says they left Kinect open on purpose — yeah right…
- Donations: Thanks to Evgeny Kuznetsov, Robert L. Beliveau III and all who flattr’d us!
- Vic J. sent us a story about phones being wiped by remote email exploits through Exchange
- Raymii tells us about the MobaLiveCD to test Linux distros in Windows without admin privileges or rebooting (it uses QEMU apparently)
- We had emails from Steve Cook (aka. Yorvyk) and Mark McNeill about linux.fm, a live audio stream which consists of a computer voice reading the source code of the latest stable Linux kernel
- Good friend of the show JonTheNiceGuy sent us some nice Android app recommendations which we will share with you in future shows
- We had other emails this week from Russel Dickinson and Stuart Ward
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