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In this episode: Mint 15 is here! There's a new Fedora-based respin for the Raspberry Pi. The city of Munich and the country of Australia make great progress in moving towards open source and there's a new Humble Bundle. Hear our discoveries and your own Open Ballot opinions, plus, we welcome a new member to the team.
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What's in the show:
Mint 15 'Olivia' has been released! Many congrats to the team. There's a new distribution for the Raspberry Pi. This one is called 'Pidora' and it's a remix of Fedora. Football Manager 2014 is coming to Linux, thanks to Steam. There's a new Humble Bundle and it includes Dear Esther, Capsized, Awesomenauts, Thomas Was Alone, Little Inferno, and if you pay more than the average, Hotline Miami and Proteus. Munich has finished its transition to Linux. Australia's government switches to ODF.
- Discovery of the week:
- You can run a 5v Arduino at 3.3v (by under-clocking it) so it can easily connect to many things, including the 3.3v Raspberry Pi.
- Speak Your Brains:
Many thanks to Corbin for sending in his brains. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. with your own suggestions/questions.
- Challenge Us:
Yes, we almost accomplished something with this challenge. Hear from Chris Thornett about his experiences using Linux.
- Open Ballot: Do you ever see yourself switching back to Windows or Mac OS X
- Join the conversation in our IRC channel: #linuxformat on freenode.net.
- Our scripts are apparently updating Facebook again.
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Presenters: Ben Everard, Andrew Gregory, Graham Morrison and Chris Thornett.
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