Podcast Season 4 Episode 5
Title: Penguin Jazz Cafe
In this episode: Even more Raspberry Pi delay. Munich saves the euro by switching to Linux. Vivaldi has sold out, Gnome 3.4 has been released and Microsoft releases lots of ASP stuff under the Apache 2.0 licence. Share our discoveries, hear us rant and rave and study your own opinions in the internet famous, Open Ballot.
What's in the show:
- Lightning News:
Even more Raspberry Pi delays as the project possibly waits for CE certification. The local government in Munich has saved around 4 million euros after switching to Linux. Vivaldi (previously Spark) has sold out of pre-orders. Gnome 3.4 is out and Epiphany looks great and adopts Unity's approach to window bars when full screen. FSF Award winners include GNU health. The FSFE celebrates Document Freedom Day - Stephen Fry speaks. And Microsoft open sources ASP.NET.
- Discovery of the week:
- Thanks to Steve Smethurst, you can avoid USB mounting problems with a udev rule stolen from the Arch wiki.
- If you switch the Distrowatch charts to the last seven days, Pear OS is currently number two.
- Rants and Raves
Our victims in this episode are Jon and Andrew.
- Speak Your Brains:
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- Open Ballot: Do you care about software freedom, or is it just because it's free?
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Presenters: Ben Everard, Andrew Gregory, Graham Morrison and Jonathan RobertsOgg Vorbis and MP3.
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