Amazon’s success with EC2 and S3 is making them bleed money, as investors start to get nervous we’ll debate if the cloud’s price race to the bottom can lead to anything but awful.
Linus tells it like it is, we bust some Android FUD, and more!
We’re back from OSCON 2014 with some great interviews with Christian Heilmann from the Mozilla Developer Evangelist, Karen Sandler from the Software Freedom Conservancy, and Chris DiBona the director of open source at Google.
Plus the UK Government adopts ODF, CoreOS gets a huge boost and a new release, making your Linux installers faster and easier than ever….
AND SO MUCH MORE!
All this week on, The Linux Action Show!
An uncut video version of this episode can be found on YouTube.
0:13:25 Flight MH17
0:25:06 German News
- Debian 7.6 released
- FreeBSD 9.3 released
- KDE releases Plasma 5.0
- Version 1.16.0 of the X Server released
- Zend Studio 11 released
0:39:30 Hackers, Hacking & Security
0:50:15 Linux Kernel Matters
1:00:07 LiMux, Systemd Boycott, Vincent Untz & JPEG Encoding
- Munich’s Linux project LiMux under fire
- Boycott Systemd
- Vincent Untz steps down as openSUSE chairman
- Mozilla improves JPEG encoding
- Dale Visser reckons online music piracy isn’t much of a thing in Germany
- Dave71 is several months behind and sends us feedback on the Google/Motorola acquisition
- Torin Doyle asks what distros we use; we answer
- Elisha Montgomery like the Antergos installer Cnchi and also recommends Teleglitch, which Fab has promptly bought
- Phil Thompson reminds Dan of the James Bulger murder
- Max Kovgan tells us how saying “OK Google” on the show messes with his in-car setup
- Venkat Ramasamy plugs the Tonido/Raspi combinbation
- Leigh is disinterested in football but still liked World Cup Outlaws; he also likes 20lb Sound’s music
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We cover the facts and events around the downed MH17 flight as we now know them. Then we’ll dig into some of the credible and troubling indications and motivations possibly behind the tragedy.
Plus the secret government rule book for deciding who goes on the terrorist list, and why Washington is bringing in the Feds to crack down on the new “Cannabis meth”.
A comprehensive study shows that you’re probably taking way too long to patch your box.
Plus research on possible iOS backdoors, TOR’s nasty bug, your questions, our answers and much, much more!
Coming up this week on the show!
We've got an interview with Dag-Erling Smørgrav, the current security officer of FreeBSD, to discuss what exactly being in such an important position is like.
The latest news, answers to your emails and even some LibreSSL drama, on BSD Now - the place to B.. SD.
In this week’s show:-
- We take a look at what’s been happening in the news:
- UK Government standardises on Open Document Format for government documents…
- Black Hat presentation on Tor cancelled suddenly…
- Microsoft do some ‘right-sizing’ in their Nokia wing…
- Ofcom find that most new broadband customers opt out of blocking naughty things…
- Cross-party partnership taking the Government to court over the ‘emergency’ DRIP law…
- This week, we have time for some gaming news from Tony:
- We also take a look at what’s been happening in the community:
- And there’s an event:
- OggCamp 2014 – 4th-5th October – Oxford, UK
- Go take a look at the website for links to all the lovely OggCamp sponsors.
- If you’d like to sponsor Oggcamp 2014, contact details are on the website.
- There are a few discounted hotel rooms still available. See OggCamp.org for details.
- If you want to help out in any way, contact @oggcamp
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