Why Hyping Cyber Threats is Counterproductive & not knowing is never good enough. Plus the malware that targets Hotel visitors, FreeNAS themed questions, our answers & much, much more!
You can set a Standard Filter from within the AutoFilter drop-down, or you can go there through the Data menu by selecting Data>Filter>Standard Filter. Now lets look at the question we ended the last tutorial with: How many females over the age 40 had a case in 1978. We saw we could get this by manually putting checkmarks in every age that was greater than 40 using AutoFilter, but how do we do this using Standard Filter? - For more go to http://www.ahuka.com/?page_id=897
This time on the show, we'll be talking with Justin Cormack about NetBSD rump kernels. We'll learn how to run them on other operating systems, what's planned for the future and a lot more. As always, answers to viewer-submitted questions and all the news for the week, on BSD Now - the place to B.. SD.
We recap Uber’s really bad week & their recent changes in response. Thanks to the Apple Watch SDK we now have an idea of what using one will be like & it’s limitations become more clear.
Plus Viber takes chats public & we ponder why, the Stingray mystery & more!
Going Linux #261 · Getting to Know KDE
Bill recorded, edited and produced the body of this episode about KDE. He reviews some distributions that feature KDE. He highlights the differences in how KDE is implemented in each of those distributions.
Episode 261 Time Stamps
00:00 Going Linux #261 · Getting to Know KDE
00:43 Bill does the episode production
03:55 Bill breaks the studio
04:36 What would you like to hear next?
06:23 Getting to know KDE
07:38 KDE on Kubuntu 14.10
08:41 KDE on OpenSuSE 13.2
10:36 KDE on Fedora 20
12:12 KDE on PCLinuxOS
13:36 goinglinux.com, email@example.com, +1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe
After weeks of speculation we have new audio from ISIS’ leader Al Baghdadi calling for attacks in Saudi Arabia & we make the case that it’s still all about the oil. Plus the latest in the Net Neutrality debate, and our follow up thoughts.
Then we take a critical look at the attempts to scare kids in schools & the twists and turns for legal cannabis.
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Open source product development most effective when social
Benetech started out in the 90s without even understanding the meaning of the term open source. They just "needed an easy way to interface with different voice synthesizers" to develop readers for people who are blind and "shared the code to be helpful."
Sound familiar? Opensource.com started covering stories like in 2010 and they recur more often than you might think. Stories of people sharing the code to help others—but sharing code to get help developing better code. When code is open, a community has the opportunity to form around it.
Read this interview about what Benetech CEO Jim Fruchterman learned by adopting open source philosophy and furthering technology-for-good.
OpenStack product management: wisdom or folly?
Two recent, excellent, blog posts have touched on a topic I've been wrestling with since May's OpenStack Summit: What is the role of the Product Management function, if any, in the OpenStack development process?
The first article, "Calling all 'User Landians' to lead OpenStack above the cloud," by Evan Scheessele, talks about the "real user" of OpenStack—those people that need to deliver a solution that brings some sort of value to their organization. The other article, "Who's In Charge Here Anyway?…," by Rob Hirschfeld, speaks to the dynamics of how decisions—which OpenStack features are in in or out—get made in the OpenStack ecosystem.
Read more: http://opensource.com/business/14/7/openstack-product-management-wisdom-or-folly
Giving Sub-Saharan African communities an online presence
People in Sub-Saharan Africa face hurdles to get online. Despite some progress, the region lags behind in Internet connectivity due to the high costs of service and poor infrastructure, according to a recent World Economic Forum report.
This digital divide means some African communities are underrepresented on the web. Without a well-developed online presence, misinformation about them can spread relatively unchallenged.
Read more: http://opensource.com/life/14/7/giving-sub-saharan-african-communities-online-presence
The Jolla Tablet goes up for funding & rocks it. We discuss what excites us about the initiative. The EFF and Mozilla want SSL Certificates to get easier, a new Lighting adapter is on the way, Netflix goes down under & more!
In this first episode of Women’s Tech Radio, Angela & Paige interview Lisa Hewus Fresh. Lisa took part in several big projects including Mozilla’s Ascend project. She joins us to discuss her journey into technology & the role Ascend played.
We recap the recent mini-exodus in the Debian project & discuss how the tone of discussion around systemd has had some terrible consequences. We follow that with some concrete ideas of what we can do to change that tone.
Plus we take a stroll down fantasy lane and wave our magic wands and solve our top three Linux pain points, some great follow up & much more.