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Linux Outlaws 313 – BOOBS, CoC & ARM

9 June 2013


OggCamp is announced, The Maker’s Eden, the Prime Minister of Turkey thinks Twitter is pure evil, Arch upgrade errors, Foxconn confirms partnership with Mozilla on Firefox OS, Monty’s “Business Source”, the new Raspberry Pi installation system and the Python Software Foundation’s Code of Conduct

There is no video recording of this episode. It’s Google’s fault. Again.


Screenshot from The Maker's Eden

Screenshot from The Maker’s Eden



1:27:49 FEEDBACK

Supporters: Thanks to Remy van Elst, Kai Siers, Christopher Tevyaw, Ivan Pejić, Michael Pacey, Jochen Krueger and everyone who flattr’d us!

  • Kevin Hausmann has been listening to the show since Episode 60 and thanks us for getting him into listening to podcasts; he also wrote a podcatcher for webOS and Android
  • Félim Whiteley mentions some rumours about Google dropping XMPP and Microsoft’s and also says he’s been getting rid of the Google apps on his Android phone lately
  • Chris sends us very thorough thoughts on DRM on the web
  • Evgeny Kuznetsov (our professional Russian correspondent) gives us the details on why Pidora is not such a good name in Russia
  • Rafael Beraldo says our listeners should check out cloud-to-butt, which is great fun

Song: Psychosomatic Heart Failure from the album Tsk! by The Gasoline Brothers (licensed Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0)


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  1. Peter #
    June 12, 2013

    Hello. I just finished listening to LO 313. I realize I might be splitting hair here, but I reacted when Fab said that train station guards can’t arrest people. Doesn’t the german law provide a self defence clause, e.g. that you have the right to restrain someone you have observed committing a crime until the police arrives. Alltough I guess talking back to a security guard is not a crime.

  2. fabsh #
    June 12, 2013

    You are correct. We already addressed this in the next episode (which was recorded on Monday).

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