Time for your weekly #Linux and #OpenSource news podcast! In this one, we have #Docker Hub being pretty hostile to open source projects, we have the beta for #Fedora 38, #Ubuntu and #Debian trying to curb Python issues by limiting access to Pip, and more!
In this week's Linux and OpenSource News Podcast, we have Meta creating a Twitter clone that would use the ActivityPub standard and integrate with the Fediverse, a roadmap for Flathub for the coming year, and DuckDuckGo launching their own AI assisted search features, based on ChatGPT
In this week's #Linux and #opensource news podcast, we have a proposal to fund #flathub to add payments, donations and subscriptions for apps, we have #HP giving up on the Dev One, and likely the chance of their devices shipping with Linux out of the box, and we have most companies seemingly using #FOSS wrong and keeping unsecure versions of the software instead of updating it.
In this week's episode, we have Ubuntu preventing their official flavors to have flatpak installed out of the box, we have the beta of GNOME 44, with plenty of refinements to the desktop (thumbails in the file picker, anyone?), and we have 2 new anti-consumer / anti-competitive moves from Microsoft, plus news from Solus, Google Play Store's privacy labels being misleading, and more!
In this week's #Linux and #opensource news podcast, we have the fundamentally broken #FOSS funding model, embodied by the troubles of core-js, the demise of Mycroft, leaving their backers hanging, @thunderbird redesign, Real Time #Ubuntu being announced, or the release of @kde 5.27, and a lot more!
Here is this week's episode: In this one, we have Windows 11 being conformed spyware, sending data to third parties without user consent, Fedora moving to Flathub, an AI tool that violates FOSS licenses, Thunderbird sharing a roadmap for their revamp, and GNOME Software getting some performance improvements!
Here is this week's episode of our #Linux and #OpenSource news podcast, wits tons of updates for Cosmic DE, Mint, Budgie, and with wayland support coming to Mint and XFCE, plus elementary OS 7 is released, and Plasma Mobile apps get some nice improvements:
Here is your new weekly dose of Linux and Open Source news! In this one, we have the EU working on a new law that might make FOSS unsuitable to be used by companies, Google laying off a lot of their open source talent, and the GNOME 44 alpha, on top of a lot of updates to our favorite desktop environments, and future improvements to Linux gaming!
Here is episode 3, fresh off the mic, with the Linux Foundation building an open source version of the #metaverse, the beta for @kde Plasma 5.7, the last version of KDE 5, and Stable Diffusion AI being sued for using copyrighted images without consent, plus some interesting results following @gnome telemetry data:
Episode 2 is now live, with more privacy violations from Apple and Google, and a lot of Fediverse related stuff, plus UnityX being a better variant of the Unity DE, and more!
Here is the first episode of the #Linux and #opensource news podcast. As with all first episodes, it's a work in progress!
Brand new Linux and Open Source News Podcast! Episodes coming soon.