Facebook fined • Blender supported • Windows KDEConnect-ed • Android scrcopied • Pinebook demoed • OnlyOffice updated • Linux on an old laptop • Ten thousand spoons when all you need is a knife
No episode this week • New episode next week • Summer break after that • The game is afoot
Pinebook Pro preorders • MintBox 3 • 10 Years of Zorin • The Linux apps we know and love • Eating ice cream in the name of
Facebook's Crypto • Mint vs Win • 32-bit on 19.10 • Pinebook Pro spec bump • GNOME Shell theme improved • Clear Linux for the all of us • Mint or Zorin? • As seen on radio
FOSS Talk Live • CLI - What is it good for? • What do you miss in Linux like the deserts miss the rain? • Deus ex cake
S. Korea to switch to Linux • Huawei on the naughty step • Firefox on speed • adios Antergos • One does not Simply Red
New webstore helps you find apps • Librem is talking One long look at the cloud • Redhat has a new hat and it's, well, red • WSL getting a gnu slash kernel • Ubuntu gets a new name • Is this Mike I see before me?
Librem 5 videos • Nextcloud 16 • Pinebook Pro/PinePhone streamcast • Disco Dingo is out • I am Groot
Matrix hacked • Edge (maybe) on Linux • Linus dislikes social networks • Fedora likes Arm • UBPorts Foundation • Zorin close to new release • How to get people into Linux • Mobilis in mobili.
EU passes Article 13, 19.04 Beta, Solus 4, Steam Redesign, KDE Connect Play Store woes, Google Stadia, Wine 4.5, Nextdock2, convergence discussion. Hurray for pizza day!
With Mark from the Binary Times. Disco Dingo wallpaper • New Gnome • Nginx sold • Librem 5 kill switches • Maru OS new release • OS for the Pinebook Pro • Discussion on user interfaces. Make carrots, not sticks.
It's pine time! One awesome interview with Lukasz from Pine64 about the company and their upcoming laptop, phone and tablet. This sucker is nuclear!
LibreOffice ribbonned up, the Pi Store, Fedora's new logo, Plasma's new release, Linux for the non-techies, the glass is half <fill as appropriate>
VPN discount, PineTab and PineBook Pro to launch this year, more news from Purism, Steam Play even better for the 0.82%, Lutris works with GOG games, new shiny Kodi, Gnome speed boost, Firefox decorated, designer Akira, update your boxen, HP supports LVFS. Ice cream, therefore I am.
Gnome and Pop!_OS, Windows, Fedora goes Deepin and Deepin goes all touchy, ChromeOS is getting Apt, DuckDuckGo finds Apple (Maps), Purism wants convergence. No parking on Wednesdays.
Emby goes to the dark side, but a fork is strong with Jellyfin. Mycroft delayed. Firefox 64 released. Microsoft to switch to Blink. Emojis in Konsole. Fedora on sabatical. Charity starts with open source projects and digital rights orgs. Is it me, you’re looking for?
Kernel slowdown, Ubuntu for a decade, give back to the community, Intel based Odroid, Amazon on Arm, control a dildo from Emacs, Necuno Linux mobile, but most importantly an interview with Tad from OpenStreetMap Ireland. Peace, love, liberty and strawberry cheesecake.
Samsung’s Dex, oooh new Deepin, Mycroft raising, Purism about to start shifting dev kits, Macs and Linux, going open source only. You can leave your hat on.
Red Hat and IBM sitting on a tree, Ubuntu stats, Mate on GPD Pocket2, Proton VPN in Firefox, news from Solus, Pine64 phone, Linux gaming, Desktop environments. Do not dry clean.
Plex, it’s 18.10 time, Flatpak, Etcher, Linus and the code of conduct, social networks, Microsoft, self-driving cars. Deeeelicious.
Small projects, bug reporting, media relations, cults of personality, cookies, advertising and alternatives, spying. Consult your therapist before listening.
Desktop environments, software discoverability, graphics cards, Article13 and wobbly windows. Now with added sugar.
Creativity tools, spreadsheets, desktop environments, choice, freedom, progress and the lameness of ‘e-government’. Tangent is the word.
Only Ext4 for Dropbox, NextCloud on routers, Proton brings games to Linux, but most importantly - Oggcamp 18!
Ubuntu 18.04 as a base, ubuntufied Gnome, QT-based DEs, graphics cards, Windows as a service, ownership, designer Mozilla, Kai OS, discovery stories