Podcast Season 4 Episode 1
Title: Freaky Friday
In this episode: We turn our news section into a lightening news section and briefly discuss Ubuntu, Red Hat, Plasma Active, Tizen, GKH, Samsung and Firefox. Hear our discoveries from the last couple of months, our rants and raves and your own awesome opinions in our internet famous Open Ballot.
Update: Here's Greg Kroah-Hartman's piece on patching the kernel.
What's in the show:
- New! Lightning News:
Ubuntu introduces the HUD. Red Hat is increasing the support life of RHEL 5 and 6 to 10 years. Aaron Siego announces the first tablet PC that comes with Plasma Active pre-installed. Samsung may be merging its own custom OS interface, Bada, with Tizen, Meego's successor. Greg Kroah-Hartman is leaving Novell to become a fellow of the Linux Foundation. And Firefox 10 is now available.
- Discovery of the week:
- Epson should be commended for its Linux driver provision.
- Def Poetry. And take a look at The The Impotence of Proofreading Your Own Work
- Vim embeds a book on how to use it.
- The Razor-qt desktop - thanks to spegal66!
- Mint's Cinnamon desktop is awesome.
- Rants and Raves
Graham and Andrew say bad and good things about stuff.
- Speak Your Brains:
Thanks for your contributions (honest!). If you'd like this section to continue, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Open Ballot: Which is the biggest threat to freedom - Google, Microsoft or Apple?
- Check to see if we're still on Facebook here.
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Presenters: Ben Everard, Andrew Gregory, Efrain Hernandez-Mendoza, Graham Morrison and Jonathan RobertsOgg Vorbis and MP3.
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