Drew is an audio editing engineer for Jupiter Broadcasting. He has worked in theater, live music, and broadcast for 15 years, and has been using Linux for 20 years. Besides working in entertainment, Drew rescues rabbits, enjoys sci-fi and horror, and plays too many video games.
April 1st, 2020 | 2 mins 56 secs
a cloud guru, amazon, amazon web services, analytics, aws, azure, blog, canonical, cloud, clustering, cms, coil, compliance, content management system, coronavirus, covid-19, daily linux podcast, database, devops, firefox, gcp, google, google cloud platform, high-availability, hosted services, k8s, kubernetes, linux academy, linux headlines, managed apps, mariadb, microsoft, mixed-reality, monetization, mozilla, open source support program, personal data exports, platform x4, public cloud, skysql, social media, solutions fund, wordpress
Canonical and MariaDB both enter the managed apps market, the WordPress 5.4 release expands its block-based editor, and Mozilla partners with another online monetization company while putting up cash in the fight against COVID-19.
March 31st, 2020 | 2 mins 53 secs
a cloud guru, akamai, amazon, automatic updates, azion, bandwidth, cdn, cloudflare, code, content delivery network, daily linux podcast, developer, development, drm, drm-free, eclipse foundation, facebook, free tier, gaming, gitlab, google, humble bundle, ide, integrated development environment, internet, linux academy, linux gaming, linux headlines, lutris, manrs, microsoft, netflix, network operator, open source, red hat, routing, sap, security, steam, theia, valve, visual studio, vs code
The MANRS initiative gains several new members, GitLab wants customers to help migrate premier features to its free tier, Eclipse Theia reaches 1.0, Lutris lands Humble Bundle game store integration, and Steam scales back automatic updates.
March 30th, 2020 | 2 mins 49 secs
2038, 32-bit, 5.6, a cloud guru, appeal, apple, audio, bruce perens, conversion software, daily linux podcast, defamation, docker, fre:ac, github, gitlab, grsecurity, ieee, ieee sa open, institute of electrical and electronics engineers, kernel, kernelnewbies, kubernetes, lawsuit, linus torvalds, linux academy, linux headlines, linux kernel, lossless, mainline, mattermost, open source security, opus, ripper, speex, standards association, tunnel, vpn, wireguard
Linux Kernel 5.6 is out with WireGuard support, fre:ac significantly expands its feature set with its 1.1 release, Bruce Perens' legal battle finally comes to an end, and the IEEE launches a collaborative development platform.
March 27th, 2020 | 2 mins 58 secs
20.04, a cloud guru, android, ardour, arm, beta, blender, budgie, daily linux podcast, daw, development, digital audio workstation, edubuntu, google, intel, kubuntu, kylin, linux academy, linux headlines, long-term support, lts, lubuntu, mate, mythubuntu, pre-release, prerelease, release, sponsor, sponsorship, testing, ubuntu, ubuntu flavors, ubuntu studio, user error, virtual environment, x86, xubuntu
Ardour and Ubuntu Flavors call for testing of their upcoming major releases, Google aims to ease the burden of developing for ARM on x86, and Blender gains a new Corporate Gold-level sponsor.
March 24th, 2020 | 2 mins 51 secs
Mozilla partners with Scroll for a premium ad-free browsing experience, Tor and Tails release key security fixes, Magisk 20.4 launches with MagiskHide disabled by default, and Python is looking for user feedback to improve pip.
March 23rd, 2020 | 2 mins 46 secs
a cloud guru, amazon, audacious, audio player, coronavirus, covid-19, daily linux podcast, disease modeling, distributed computing, dvr, folding@home, google, gtk, hardware acceleration, hewlett packard, ibm, linux academy, linux headlines, microsoft, multimedia, mythtv, opengl, petaflops, pvr, python, qt, qt5, supercomputer, ubports, ubuntu touch, volla, volla phone
Folding@home's processing power continues to surge in the fight against COVID-19, Audacious switches to QT5, UBports and Volla join forces, and MythTV rolls out modern decoding improvements.
March 20th, 2020 | 2 mins 59 secs
32-bit, 64-bit, a cloud guru, blockchain, bug, cansecwest, conference, coronavirus, covid-19, ctf, daily linux podcast, debian, disease, embedded development, ethereum, folding@home, google, input validation, intel, linux academy, linux headlines, linux mint, lmde, macos, manfred paul, microcontroller, nvidia, pigweed, privilege escalation, protein, pwn2own, redrocket, research, science, security, trend micro, ubuntu, vancouver, virtualbox, vmware, vulnerability, windows, zero day initiative
Linux Mint Debian Edition version 4 is out, Google releases tools for embedded developers, a socially isolated Pwn2Own still manages to hack multiple targets, and GPU owners from around the world pitch in to fight the novel coronavirus.
March 18th, 2020 | 3 mins
a cloud guru, android, apache struts, chrome, chrome os, chromebooks, computer graphics, cross-site scripting, daily linux podcast, git, github, google, ios, keyboard, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, mobile app, open hardware, pop!_os, ray tracing, risksense, security, software development, software vulnerabilities, system76, the khronos group, vulkan, wordpress, works with chromebook
GitHub goes mobile with new apps for Android and iOS, Vulkan has new ray tracing extensions, RiskSense reports on the most vulnerable web and application frameworks, System76 enters the keyboard market, and Google starts rolling out new labels for Chromebook-compatible accessories.
March 17th, 2020 | 2 mins 28 secs
a cloud guru, api, beta, brian gupta, case, daily linux podcast, debian, election, fedora, firmware, fwupd, gnome, google, infringement, java, jonathan carter, lawsuit, lenovo, linux academy, linux headlines, linux vendor firmware service, lvfs, nvme, oracle, patent, project leader, samsung, sruthi chandran, ssd, supreme court, testing, western digital
Debian Project Leader elections heat up, the Linux Vendor Firmware Service adds NVMe drives to its stable of supported devices, Oracle and Google's Supreme Court case gets put on hold, and Fedora 32 hits beta status.
March 13th, 2020 | 2 mins 59 secs
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.