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.
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.
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 14th, 2020 | 2 mins 51 secs
a cloud guru, blender, bsd, corona labs, cryptography, daily linux podcast, fido, fundraising, licensing, linux academy, linux headlines, netbsd, openssh, pixar, sdk, security, sha-1, ssh
OpenSSH plans for the future of cryptography, NetBSD launches its first fundraising drive in a decade, Blender releases version 2.82, and Corona Labs announces its shutdown.
February 4th, 2020 | 2 mins 39 secs
a cloud guru, daily linux podcast, database, gaming, geforce, geforce now, graphing, hypervisor, licensing, linux academy, linux headlines, neo4j, nvidia, sandstorm, self-hosted, virtualization, vmware, web app
Neo4j rolls out version 4, NVIDIA's GeForce NOW gaming platform opens up to consumers, VMware announces changes to its licensing terms, and Sandstorm reports on its ongoing revival.
January 24th, 2020 | 2 mins 50 secs
a cloud guru, android, chips alliance, copyleft, daily linux podcast, donation, gapps, handshake, intel, kde, license, licensing, linux academy, linux foundation, linux headlines, open source, permissive, rom, royalty-free
Permissive licenses are on the rise, Open GApps comes to Android 10, Intel unexpectedly joins the CHIPS Alliance, and KDE receives another large donation.
January 10th, 2020 | 2 mins 50 secs
a cloud guru, aiml, amazon, autogluon, compatibility, daily, daily linux podcast, dev, developer, development, feedback, filesystem, foundation, gpl, kernel, licensing, linus torvalds, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, machine learning, ml, module, mozilla, news, podcast, programming, python, rust, zfs
A developer is seeking feedback for a proposed Rust Foundation, Amazon relaunches a machine learning tool, and Linus Torvalds issues a warning against using ZFS.
December 10th, 2019 | 2 mins 18 secs
bbc, commission, daily, daily linux podcast, dual-licensing, eclipse, eclipse foundation, edge, edge computer, education, finances, financial finance, fog05, freertos, iofog, license, licensing, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, microbit, microsoft, monetize, news, open source, podcast, release, risc-v, sifive, software, teams, xscode
Microsoft releases Teams for Linux, SiFive enters the education market, the Eclipse Foundation champions open source on edge computing, and xs:code wants to help improve open source funding models.
September 20th, 2019 | 2 mins 50 secs
amazon, automation, aws, border, chef, conference, contract, customs, daily linux podcast, encryption, eu, european union, france, games, gaming, github, headlines, home, home directory, ice, lennart, lennart poettering, license, licenses, licensing, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, luks, news, open core, open source, ruby, software, steam, summit, systemd, valve
The first Open Core Summit, an activist programmer takes aim at Chef, a French court disagrees with Valve's licensing model, and Lennart Poettering wants to rethink the Home directory.