Title: Best Laid Schemes
In this episode: Canonical launches an app developer portal and there's a new mobile Linux initiative. We create a whole new section of the podcast, discover lots of things and discuss whether secure booting will hinder Linux adoption.
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What's in the show:
Canonical has launched an Ubuntu App Developer site to help people create and publish Linux applications, and yet another 'mobile and device' operating system has emerged. This one's called Tizen, and it's a project hosted by the Linux Foundation with support from both Intel and Samsung.
- Discovery of the week:
- Geek.com is reporting that there are approx. 2000 pre-orders per hour for Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet.
- We should write an investigative article on the potential for Android Market piracy.
- The TEA text editor is packaged as an ELF binary with no dependencies (other than Qt), including the pixmaps, manual and Morse code generator.
- New Section: Rants and Raves
Jon and Andrew tackle the new section in their own inimitable (thanks AutoCorrect!) styles.
- Speak Your Brains:
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- Open Ballot: Will "secure boot" hinder Linux adoption?
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Presenters: Andrew Gregory, Efrain Hernandez-Mendoza, Graham Morrison, Jonathan Roberts and Mike Saunders.
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