Title: Live from Mission Burrito
In this episode: Fedora 16 has been released, Ubuntu may not include Banshee next time, and Mint may have found a way to upgrade to Gnome 3.2. Hear our discoveries and your opinions, and enjoy the lunchtime ambiance of an authentic Mexican restaurant.
Plus, a bonus video!.
Many thanks to Mission Burrito in Bath for allowing us to record in their restaurant, and also for the fantastic food and drink!
What's in the show:
Fedora 16 has been released, and it's a great update that includes lots of new cloud features. Banshee may be dropped from the next version of Ubuntu, and Linux Mint seems to be making the best of both GTK 2.x and GTK 3.x for its next release.
- Discovery of the week:
- A command-line utility called xdotool.
- There are 185 graphic-related applications in Ubuntu's Software Centre.
- Juan Manuel Marquez was apparently robbed.
- Somebody should write a modular-style GUI for PulseAudio's command-line interface, pacmd.
- Rants and Raves
Mike and Graham tackle the worst and best of things and stuff.
- Speak Your Brains:
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Presenters: Andrew Gregory, Efrain Hernandez-Mendoza, Graham Morrison, Jonathan Roberts and Mike Saunders.
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