July 1st, 2020 | 2 mins 49 secs
32-bit, a cloud guru, amazon, amazon web services, antirez, arcmenu, aws, azure, benevolent dictator for life, couchbase, daily linux podcast, database, db, end of life, esr, extended support release, extension, firefox, gnome, gnome shell, google, google cloud platform, governance model, kubernetes, leadership, linux academy, linux headlines, managed service, manjaro, manjaro32, microsoft, mozilla, protections dashboard, redis, redislabs, salvatore sanfilippo, xfce
Mozilla's Firefox 78 rollout is not going smoothly, antirez steps down as the Redis Labs leader, Couchbase debuts a new managed service, the ArcMenu GNOME extension introduces new features, and manjaro32 closes its doors.
May 22nd, 2020 | 2 mins 47 secs
8088, a cloud guru, automattic, c&c, command and conquer, daily linux podcast, ea, eighty-eighty-eight, electronic arts, gnome, gnome foundation, gpl, gplv3, gw-basic, ibm, invest, investment, lawsuit, layoffs, legal, licensing, linux academy, linux headlines, matrix, microsoft, mit, ms-dos, new vector, open source initiative, openra, osi, patent case, patent infringement, red alert, redundant, refocus, rothschild patent imaging, rpi, shotwell, tiberian dawn, wall street journal, wordpress
GNOME and Rothschild Patent Imaging resolve their legal dispute, massive layoffs loom at IBM, WordPress invests millions into the Matrix project, and two companies unexpectedly re-release code under open source licenses.
May 1st, 2020 | 2 mins 59 secs
20.04, a cloud guru, ama, ask me anything, ben cotton, camera, cpython, daily linux podcast, fedora, firmware, flatpak, gnome, gnome 3.36, gpu, hybrid graphics, image sensor, java, linux academy, linux headlines, linux vendor firmware service, lvfs, macos, matthew miller, opensuse, opensuse leap, optimization, oracle, parse, parser, performance, pi 4, pop!_os, project leyden, python, python 3.9, raspberry pi, retropie, sony, static images, suse, system76, telegram, tiling, ubuntu, valve, virtual reality, vr
Pop!_OS 20.04 is out, the Raspberry Pi Foundation launches a camera add-on board, Java and Python are both planning some welcome changes, and Valve ends VR for macOS.
April 29th, 2020 | 2 mins 52 secs
a cloud guru, advanced cluster management, app drawer, armv8, containers, daily linux podcast, desktop linux, dvd, education, endless os, family-friendly, fedora 32, gnome, haproxy, hybrid-cloud, ibm, kubernetes, linux academy, linux headlines, linux unplugged, machine emulator, macos catalina, matthew miller, mp4, multi-cloud, network media shares, openshift 4.4, parental controls, qemu 5.0, red hat, risc-v, smb, virtio-fs, virtual machines, virtual summit, virtualization, vlc
Red Hat's virtual Summit kicks off with exciting news for OpenShift users, Endless OS 3.8.0 and Fedora 32 both arrive with GNOME 3.36 in tow, VLC's latest release adds better support for network media access, and QEMU 5.0 makes it easier than ever to share files with virtualized guests.
April 27th, 2020 | 2 mins 44 secs
a cloud guru, bsd license, c++, clang, clear linux, cloud, daily linux podcast, desktop, documenation, gnome, go, golang, kernel language, licensing, linux academy, linux headlines, open computing language, opencl, rust, server, the khronos group, void, void linux, xbps
The Khronos Group rebases its OpenCL specification to an older version, Golang and Rust both remain popular despite some shortcomings, Intel refocuses Clear Linux for server and cloud usage, and the founder of Void Linux walks away for the second time.
April 8th, 2020 | 2 mins 55 secs
a cloud guru, azure, cloud, community engagement challenge, daily linux podcast, endless, foss, free software, gnome, kde, krustlet, kubernetes, linux academy, linux headlines, microsoft, mitchell baker, mozilla, open source, privacy, qt, rust, secure boot, tails, the gnome foundation, uefi, wasm, webassembly
The GNOME Foundation and Endless launch a new contest aimed at engaging young coders with FOSS, Tails 4.5 brings support for UEFI Secure Boot, the first release of Krustlet brings WebAssembly to Kubernetes, and Qt considers further limiting access to its releases.
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.
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.
December 13th, 2019 | 2 mins 58 secs
application, chat, communication, daily, daily linux podcast, documentation, edge, edge networking, email, enterprise, gnome, google, google season, google season of docs, initiative, kde, ldap, libreoffice, libreoffice online, linux, linux academy, linux app summit, linux foundation, linux headlines, markup, mattermost, news, oauth, podcast, recordings, saml, slack, summit, talks, video, videos, zulip
Zulip version 2.1 is out, LibreOffice has a new manual, the Linux Foundation announces yet another initiative, and individual talks from the Linux App Summit have hit the web.
November 11th, 2019 | 2 mins 52 secs
arch, arch linux, binary, build, build system, builds, container, containers, daily, daily linux podcast, debian, feedback, games, gaming, gnome, internet radio, jupiter broadcasting, linux academy, linux headlines, migration, music, namespace, namespaces, news, packages, packaging, podcast, python, python 2, python2, radio, reproducible, shortwave, steam, transition, ubuntu, valve
Steam gets support for Linux namespaces, some distributions are struggling with the shift from Python 2, Arch Linux supports reproducible builds, and GNOME has a new app in beta.