Linux Outlaws 91 - Outlaws Don't Accept the CoC
This week on the show: Ubuntu One, more ATI pain, Sony wants to go more open, Windows 7 RCs will be crippled, lots of announcements and Fab reviews the Ubuntu Netbook Remix.
- Our intro clip was kindly lend to us by the guys from Eerie Radio
- Star Trek rocks!
- Bradley Kuhn encourages you to give $200 a year to non-profit F/OSS projects
- The Blender Institute is looking for 3D artists for their new movie project “Durian”
- Thanks again to Stefano Forenza for pimping our live show
- Google: You were searching for a TV show, would you like a .torrent?
- EuroPython 2009: June 28 - July 4 in Birmingham, UK
- LugRadio Live 2009: October 24, Newhampton Arts Centre in Wolverhampton
- South East Linux Fest: June 13, Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina
- Beer of the Week: Gaffel Kölsch
0:21:26 F/OSS Releases
0:27:17 News Stories
- WINE 1.1.21 is going to implement Shader Model 4 support
- Ubuntu One, a new cloud app service with 2 GB of free sync storage (currently in invite-only beta)
- Debian ditches Glibc for EGlibc
- SCO to finally be liquidated
- New Jaunty Xorg and ATI idiocracy leads to huge bag of hurt for a lot of people
- Qt cuts paperwork, moves to open git repo
- Sony CEO: “If we had gone with open technology from the start, I think we probably would have beaten Apple”
- Switzerland gives 42 billion CHF contract to M$ without tendering
- Windows 7 RCs shut down to force payment
- RIAA breaks their lawsuit promise
- Donations: Thanks to Richard C. & Christopher H.
- Forums: The Linux Outlaws Jamendo Playlist, kindly maintained by CafeNinja
- Joe Foy sent us an article about Red Hat’s case against software patents in the EU
- Chris “Not Winston” Churchill wrote in response to our recent mention of LinuxCon, he discovered it’s $300 per ticket
- Andrew Antle writes from Cincinnati with a heartwarming story
- Morten sent some information about Kiwi Linux and the reason for its name
- Dave C. said he’s put some of our posters up at work and he is also now growing a beard in our honour, he hasn’t shaved since Episode 83
- John Pokorski sent us the cool parody clip we played in the intro
- Anthony Scotti sent us a link to this awesome knitting pattern: The Good, The Bad and The Tux
- Oliver G. from France wrote in response to our discussion of the French three strikes law and tells us how the conflicting votes came to pass
- Other emails this week from Mikko, Neal Quincey, Daniel Devine, Richard Cutts, Nido Media, Kevan V., Brent Pieczynski, Valente Espinosa and George De Bruin
- Check out the original Dracula novel as a blog
- Meet us at Linux (Outlaws) Tag!
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.