Linux Outlaws 186 - Be Like Dan
On this episode: Mono for Android, Android 3.0 UI and more CES news, Cedega shuts down, VLC thrown out of the Apple app store, Hotmail loses a shitload of mail plus a lot more as usual.
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- Ubuntu and Fedora wallpaper pack
- 27C3 video content
- Flattr introduces offline payments and direct donations
- UK Ordnance Survey changes to open license
- The US is relaxing export restrictions for open source crypto
- Fab launches LXnews.org
0:20:22 Releases, Security & News
- Peppermint OS One-01042011
- Puppy Linux 5.2
- CrunchBang Linux 10 R20110105
- Linux 2.6.37
- Mono for Android announced
- Justice Department
subpoenaswhatevers Twitter on WikiLeaks
- Google demos Android 3.0 tablet UI
- Ubuntu’s windicators put on hold in favour of Unity
- Gnome Shell notifications explained
- How open is the OpenSuse Foundation?
- Increase in donations after GIMP’s call for help
- Cedega shutting down
- Atheros shares skyrocket under Qualcomm buyout rumours / Broadcom joins the Linux Foundation
- Welcome to 1998, Apple!
- MacOS app store piracy begins on day one
- VLC thrown out of the iOS app store
1:12:20 Android App Tip
- VideoSurf, like Shazam for video
- Thanks to Andreas for his donation to the FOSDEM fund!
- Donations: Also thanks to Philip Keymer, Alex Tanner and Duncan Michael Bell for donating towards the podcast running costs
- Ashley Kitson emails to say he’s been listening to the show for about 18 months now and likes wearing his LO shirt to new contract placements and site visits, he also tells us about Family Map, which he’s working on
- Michael Spannbauer send us a link to the 27C3 conference materials and tells us about the local satellite event he attended in Regensburg
- Billy Crook speculates about the gay demographic, coffee in hard drives and donating via Flattr
- Tom Link tells us about his experiences with the Kindle, he also says he works for a company that makes flight simulators and their system uses servo motors to give real feedback to the controls
- Other emails this week from Keith Z-G, Gregor B. and Chris Keller
- Stovokor, a Klingon death-metal band
- Dan thanks Steve Meacham for driving all the way from Stoke for the 20lb Sounds gig
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