In this episode: Linux Mint 13 has been released. Chrome becomes the number one web browser (kinda). Google beats Oracle. Mandriva now belongs to you. KDE has announced a new Partner Network and there's going to be a new rival to the Raspberry Pi. Share in our discoveries, speak your brains and hear your opinions in our Open Ballot, a section which has very little to do with ballots these days.
What's in the show:
- Lightning News:
- Discovery of the week:
- sdiff, on the command-line, is a version of diff that shows both files side-by-side
- Vee One Prototype - a quad DCO synth - written by Rui Nuno Capela
- Org, an Emacs mode for notes.
- The 64-bit version of Mint works with a webcam!
- ...and the DS-160 non-immigrant visa application form, used to detect terrorists and enter the United States of America
- Rants and Raves
Well done to Andrew and Andrew for sharing their rants and raves with us.
- Speak Your Brains:
Many thanks to Ruben Gonzalez for sending us his thoughts. Get yours read out (or played) next episode by sending an email to email@example.com.
- Open Ballot: Does Mozilla think desktop Linux is dead?
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