Linux Outlaws 96 - Screw You!
This week Dan and Fab interview Stuart “Aq” Langridge of Canonical and formerly LugRadio about Ubuntu One, talk about the Pirate Party boarding the EU, Snowy, Bing and all the Linux news from Computex.
0:01:49 | Introduction
- The original Monkey Island is coming back!
- We are giving away 20 free four-day tickets to Linux Tag, listen to the show for details
- Beer of the Week: Puntigamer
0:09:48 | Releases & News
- grml 2009.05
- Linux Caixa Mágica 14
- MilaX 0.4
- Hymera Open 20090601
- Calculate Linux 9.6 Xfce Edition
- Absolute Linux 12.2.5
- Untangle Gateway 6.2.0
- Source Mage GNU/Linux 0.10.0
- xPUD 0.9
- Tiny Core Linux 2.0
- Wine 1.1.23
- Enlightenment E16 1.0.0
- Amarok 2.1
- Google Chrome Preview for Linux — who cares, we already have Chromium<br/><br/>
- Swedish Pirate Party boards the European Parliament
- Springsteen and Dylan back catalogues coming to eMusic
- Computex brings big news for Linux
- Snowy — an AGPL web sync service for Tomboy
- Linux Foundation to announce membership program, includes @linux.com email address
- Software patents will be reviewed by the US Supreme Court
0:40:25 | Microwatch
- Bing, the FUD engine
- Microsoft tries to rename the netbook — FAIL!
- Windows XP cash machines stealing your PIN
- In Russia, Microsoft Windows XP antitrust YOU!
0:48:46 | Interview
- Software Tip: Empathy, the instant messaging client
1:28:17 | Feedback
- Donations: Thanks to Gerd F., Cam, Van P., Ryan K., Paul C.
- We got audio feedback from Jon Kulp about the Behringer USB interface he bought
- We also got send an amazing dance remix of some of our quotes by bgryderclock<br/><br/>
- Gerd Folberth from Austria picked up on a quote where Dan said something was “as useful as a chocolate teapot” and send us this video from the Naked Scientists
- Douglas Whitfield wrote to tell us about an Open Everything event coming up in September
- Daniel Devine sent us an email saying there’s supposed to be a new Toy Story film with new characters, so Debian is safe — he also tells us about laptops with OpenSolaris installed
- George (aka. SoundChaser) is really paranoid about social networks
- We had nice emails saying they enjoy the show from Andrew Mason and Leslie I’Anson
- Also thanks to Chess Griffin, Tim in Kansas, Mike O’Donohue, David from Australia, Will Noakes, Aaron, Jim (Medeiros) Shingledecker, Kevin Daire, Buzzy Nielsen (told us about wondermark.com), Roger Merriman, Alistair Munro aka. B1ackcr0w, Ian Mackenzie and Markus Huggler aka. Magbeat (send us the following links: 1, 2)<br/><br/>
- T-Mobile USA pwned?
- Send us your non-Linux questions for our 100th show on Twitter or identi.ca and tag them with #outlaws100
Song: The song The Ballad of Marv by Byron from the album We’re All Gonna Die — thanks to Mel for the tip!
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.