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After kicking off by talking about a tool likely of interest to anyone dealing with MySQL and MariaDB database management, we moved on to your feedback. We rounded things off with a look at VeltOS, a distro that promises more community involvement than most.
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We review Solus OS, a new distribution from scratch with it’s own GTK based desktop called Budgie. Budgie is the flagship desktop of the Solus Operating System & we give you our first impressions.
Plus projects like Jolla & Canonical's convergence have been doomed from the start, the big changes coming to GTK, the Plasma desktop gets another great release, highlights from the 2015 kernel summit & more!
We look at the hard numbers of the biggest sector in the tech industry, have a skeptical discussion around YouTube coming to the aide content creators & debate Google+’s new UI design.
Then we fail to make even the most obvious Kickstarter sound compelling & wrap it all up with a little technical disaster vamping.
Going Linux #287 · Beauty: The Linux AdvantageHave you seen today's Linux? It's beautiful! It's modern! And it's always secure and up to date with the latest in popular computer trends! Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but no matter your definition of beauty, with the vast array of modern Linux distributions available today, you'll be sure to find one that suits your taste.
Episode 287 Time Stamps
00:00 Going Linux #287 · Beauty: The Linux Advantage
01:01 Bill is famous!
02:40 Our thoughts are with the people of Paris
03:15 Beauty: The Linux Advantage
04:36 In the eye of the beholder
06:37 Improving on perfection
09:39 The eternal beauty of Linux
11:21 goinglinux.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, +1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe
Brutal attacks in Paris are all the west need to pass new laws and launch new campaigns against their self created monster. Despite communicating in the clear text, the debate to break encryption is being pushed back into the public conversation with Telegram as the primary target. We explain why this was inevitable.
We cover the complete timeline of events in the Paris attacks, with the absolutely latest information. Discuss the major cyber attack pinned on Iran, and wrap the whole thing up with a high note.