Episode Archive

185 episodes of Linux Headlines since the first episode, which aired on September 9th, 2019.

  • 2020-03-11

    March 11th, 2020  |  2 mins 48 secs
    a cloud guru, amazon web services, aws, awscloud, bottlerocket, containers, daily linux podcast, docker, free software foundation europe, linux academy, linux headlines, tars, tarscloud, the linux foundation, vmware

    Docker, VMware, and Amazon all have big announcements, a new organization is launched to shepherd the open source microservices ecosystem, and more.

  • 2020-03-10

    March 10th, 2020  |  2 mins 54 secs
    a cloud guru, apache spark, browser, cloud, compute cloud, compute engine, daily linux podcast, facebook, firefox, flatpak, git, google, hipaa, ibm, internet of things, iot, jupyter, jupyter notebooks, jupyterlab, kubernetes, linux academy, linux headlines, machine images, medical, mozilla, openshift, palo alto networks, security, tls, virtual machine, vm, windows 7, windows xp

    Mozilla removes support for older versions of TLS in Firefox 74, Google launches a facility for managing machine images on Compute Engine, IBM's Elyra brings new tools to Jupyter Notebooks, and Palo Alto Networks issues a dire report on the state of IoT security.

  • 2020-03-09

    March 9th, 2020  |  2 mins 41 secs
    .net core, a cloud guru, daily linux podcast, debian, debian project leader, dpl, jellyfin, linux academy, linux headlines, memcached, microsoft, nist, report, thebestvpn

    Jellyfin has its biggest release yet, and Memcached sees a significant update. Plus the Debian Project Leadership contest has begun, and the report spreading misleading information about the distro.

  • 2020-03-06

    March 6th, 2020  |  2 mins 55 secs
    a cloud guru, bsd, cifs, compliance, cryptographic, cryptography, daily linux podcast, education, fips, freebsd, freenas, gcompris, gnutls, ixsystems, linux academy, linux headlines, nist, open-core, patreon, point-to-point, ppp, samba, truenas, vulnerability

    A 16-year-old critical vulnerability has been discovered in PPP, iXsystems is merging FreeNAS and TrueNAS, GCompris moves to Patreon for funding, and Samba makes big changes to its cryptography implementation.

  • 2020-03-05

    March 5th, 2020  |  2 mins 39 secs
    a cloud guru, acme, boulder, bug certificate revocation, communication, daily linux podcast, debian, debian elections, encryption, go, https, init system debate, let's encrypt, linux academy, linux headlines, opensuse, opensuse board election, sam hartman, security, ssl, systemd, technical committee

    Debian Project Leader Sam Hartman has announced he won't be running again, Let's Encrypt scrambles to deal with millions of improperly issued certificates, and openSUSE is again looking to fill a board seat after recent resignations.

  • 2020-03-04

    March 4th, 2020  |  2 mins 37 secs
    a cloud guru, apache software foundation, blockchain, brooklyn, canonical, chrome os 80, daily linux podcast, hyperledger fabric certification, linux academy, linux foundation, linux headlines, microsoft, multipass, powershell 7

    Canonical releases a new version of Multipass, PowerShell 7 becomes generally available, and how the Linux Foundation is still all in on blockchain.

  • 2020-03-03

    March 3rd, 2020  |  2 mins 50 secs
    a cloud guru, altra, ampere, chrome, chrome os, cloud, container, cpu, daily linux podcast, fedora, intel, iot, kubeflow, kubernetes, linux academy, linux headlines, orchestration, processor, server, xeon

    Kubeflow reaches 1.0, the Fedora Project seeks help naming its IoT Edition, Google's rollout of Chrome OS 80 is off to a rough start, and Ampere launches its Altra processor.

  • 2020-03-02

    March 2nd, 2020  |  2 mins 49 secs
    a cloud guru, android freeform, android-x86, board elections, brave, daily linux podcast, douglas j leith, eff, floating window, irc client, linux academy, linux headlines, luis villa, osi, srain, trinity college dublin

    Why the Brave browser is worth another look, the brand new IRC client that's getting attention, and the position that opened up at the EFF.

  • 2020-02-28

    February 28th, 2020  |  2 mins 50 secs
    a cloud guru, android, collabora, daily linux podcast, eric raymond, facebook, ios, libreoffice, license, licensing, linux academy, linux headlines, mailing list, mobile, obs, office suite, open source, open source initiative, twitch, twitter

    The Open Source Initiative kicks a co-founder from its mailing lists, OBS faces backlash for receiving support from Facebook Gaming, and Collabora launches its version of LibreOffice for mobile.

  • 2020-02-27

    February 27th, 2020  |  2 mins 57 secs
    a cloud guru, apache, arm, asf, couchdb, creative commons, daily linux podcast, database, document store, eben upton, email, iot, linux academy, linux headlines, nosql, open culture, openbsd, opensmtpd, out-of-bounds read, pi 4, powerpc, programming, qualys, raspberry pi, sbc, security, single-board computer, smithsonian, software development, subversion, version control

    The Raspberry Pi Foundation has a birthday surprise, Subversion hits the 20-year mark, CouchDB ratchets up its security with version 3, and the Smithsonian Institution makes a big donation to the public domain.

  • 2020-02-26

    February 26th, 2020  |  2 mins 46 secs
    a cloud guru, archive.org, brave, call for code, collabora, daily linux podcast, david clark cause, ibm developer, libreoffice, libreoffice conference, linux academy, linux headlines, monado, openxr, the document foundation, wayback machine

    Brave joins forces with the Wayback Machine, the Linux Foundation teams up with IBM to fight climate change, and The Document Foundation puts out a call to the community.

  • 2020-02-25

    February 25th, 2020  |  2 mins 48 secs
    a cloud guru, bolt, browser, container, daily linux podcast, dns, dns over https, docker, docker swarm, doh, firefox, gnome, kubecon, linux academy, linux headlines, manjaro, mate, mirantis, puppet, remote management, sandboxing, unity, xfce

    Manjaro hits version 19, Firefox starts rolling out DNS over HTTPS by default in the US, Puppet releases version 2 of Bolt, and Mirantis commits to the future of Docker Swarm.

  • 2020-02-24

    February 24th, 2020  |  2 mins 30 secs
    a cloud guru, arch linux, bruce schneier, daily linux podcast, gnu social contract, levente polyak, linux academy, linux headlines, neil mcgovern, opensmtpd, qualys, richard stallman, rms, software freedom conservancy, solid, tim berners-lee

    Richard Stallman has won the battle for the GNU project, another critical vulnerability in OpenSMTPD, and Arch Linux makes leadership changes.

  • 2020-02-21

    February 21st, 2020  |  2 mins 47 secs
    a cloud guru, cloud, daily linux podcast, debt, digitalocean, enterprise, financing, funding, google, hybrid cloud, layoffs, linux academy, linux headlines, mentor, openstack, power delivery, raspberry pi, raspberry pi 4, red hat, rocky, stein, summer of code, train, usb-c

    Red Hat OpenStack Platform reaches version 16, Google announces the mentors for this year's Summer of Code, DigitalOcean secures new funding, the Raspberry Pi 4's USB-C power problems get a fix, and the GTK Project unveils its new website.

  • 2020-02-20

    February 20th, 2020  |  2 mins 54 secs
    a cloud guru, advanced threat protection, ai, android, atp, bgp, daily linux podcast, dns, eu, europe, european commission, facial recognition, https, ios, let's encrypt, libreoffice, libreoffice 6.3.5, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, man-in-the-middle, microsoft, microsoft office, ml, open source, rsa, security, silicon valley, ssl, tech, tech industry, the document foundation, tls, web security

    A new release for LibreOffice's stable branch has some welcome improvements, Let's Encrypt takes a major step to fight man-in-the-middle attacks, the EU unveils big plans to take on the US tech industry, and Microsoft's endpoint protection software heads to Linux.

  • 2020-02-19

    February 19th, 2020  |  2 mins 40 secs
    a cloud guru, core infrastructure initiative, d9vk, daily linux podcast, debian, dxvk, gamepad, gamingonlinux, gnu social contract, laboratory for innovation science, liam dawe, linux academy, linux foundation, linux headlines, proton

    The Core Infrastructure Initiative has published its second major report, a DRM-free Linux game store shoots for the stars, and the clock is ticking for the GNU maintainers.