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Linux Outlaws 323 – The Kibo of Open Source Licensing

26 October 2013

 

Dan’s OggCamp 13 recap, Fab has his first big article published in print, Ubuntu 13.10 is released, Mark Shuttleworth picks another fight, Oracle recommends the DoD shouldn’t use open source, CyanogenMod Pro, the TrueCrypt audit and we learn who Kibo is

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Hosts: Dan & Fab

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0:01:52 INTRODUCTION

  • Five years ago, the HTC Dream (G1) came out — the first Android phone
  • G+ notifications are utterly borked for Fab
  • Gmail tabs …what’s that about?
  • Martyn Joseph has a new CD out; full of lovely Springsteen covers
  • GTA V!
Fab's first big article in c't magazine

Fab’s first big article in c’t magazine

Jono Bacon's reaction

Jono Bacon’s reaction

0:22:36 OGGCAMP 13

  • Dan gives a recap of OggCamp 13
Pizza delivery for OggCamp 13

Pizza delivery for OggCamp 13

0:52:07 SECURITY NEWS

1:07:53 RELEASES & NEWS

Song: Iron Skies (Introduction Theme) by Benjamin Burns (aka Abstraction) from the album The Maker’s Eden, Act 1 (all rights reserved)

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  1. ned flanders #
    October 30, 2013

    i know u guys have been going easy on jono’s hypocrisy overbthe years because of fond lugradio memories but its shame udidnt mention aseigo ripping him a new one on google plus when he tried to clean marks mess, telling him he is of no use/not wanted.
    kde folks seem to have had enough of his two face shtick…

    i think its funny that the guy who used call projects shite is now lord of kumbaya town.
    only thing funnier is when motherfucking fab replaces him one day in the job…

    the worst part of getting old someone said is that we all become our dads…. jono is the dad who used to snort more than keith telling his kids not to smoke weed… its funny/weird to see

  2. fabsh #
    November 4, 2013

    i know u guys have been going easy on jono’s hypocrisy overbthe years because of fond lugradio memories but its shame udidnt mention aseigo ripping him a new one on google plus when he tried to clean marks mess, telling him he is of no use/not wanted.

    I don’t think you can claim I was ever easy on Jono. I don’t think he’d think that way. I tend not to be easy on anyone.

    The only reason that I didn’t spent more time on this topic was that people get annoyed or bored by it, including Dan. People have been constantly telling me I bitch too much, so sometimes I dial it down a bit. Contrary to popular belief, I am actually able to do that. ;)

    i think its funny that the guy who used call projects shite is now lord of kumbaya town.
    only thing funnier is when motherfucking fab replaces him one day in the job…

    the worst part of getting old someone said is that we all become our dads…. jono is the dad who used to snort more than keith telling his kids not to smoke weed… its funny/weird to see

    I completely agree with you on that. I remember Jono before he joined Canonical. He was a lot more fun to listen to. I am trying with all my fibre to not let any job do the same to me. Of course, sometimes you need to tread lightly because of your employer but you should draw a line at some point. I try to err on the side of irreverence. In any other age that probably would’ve gotten me killed by now.

  3. Trond Andersen #
    November 5, 2013

    When it comes to phone size, I agree with Fab that the Galaxy Nexus is a bit to large. I have been amazed that with all the crazy forms and experiments in the Android ecosystem, nobody creates a high-end phone with 4″ screen.

    I see that Sony is about to release a 4.3″ inch phone which don’t compromise on the specifications:

    http://www.androidcentral.com/sony-xperia-z1s-could-be-mini-z1-rest-world

  4. Jeffrey Daniel Rollin-Jones #
    November 5, 2013

    AARGH! Bastards! Rickrolled @work! Keep up the good stuff :-)

  5. fabsh #
    November 5, 2013

    Hahahaha!

    ;)

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