September 15th, 2020
1 hr 2 mins 35 secs
About this Episode
Friends join us to discuss Cabin, a proposal that encourages more Linux apps and fewer distros.
Plus, we debate the value that the Ubuntu community brings to Canonical, and share a pick for audiobook fans.
0:54 SPONSOR: A Cloud Guru
2:25 Future of Ubuntu Community
6:51 Ubuntu Community: Popey Responds
9:31 Ubuntu Community: Stuart Langridge Responds
16:26 Ubuntu Community: Mark Shuttleworth Responds
17:30 BTRFS Workflow Developments
19:09 Linux Kernel 5.9 Performance Regression
24:48 SPONSOR: Linode
29:48 Cabin: More Apps, Fewer Distros
33:41 Cabin: Building Small Apps
36:40 Cabin: What is a Cabin App?
44:34 SPONSOR: A Cloud Guru
45:20 Feedback: Fedora 33 Bug-A-Thon
47:53 Goin' Indy Update
49:40 Submit Your Linux Prepper Ideas
50:11 Feedback: Dev IDEs
54:15 Feedback: Nextcloud
58:20 Picks: Cozy
- Amiga Fast File System Return to the Linux Kernel – CubicleNate’s Techpad
- Future of Ubuntu Community - Community Council - Ubuntu Community Hub
- Mark Shuttleworth Now Plans To Restore Ubuntu’s Community Council - Phoronix — Mark Shuttleworth announced now that in cooperation with Ubuntu member (and former Community Council member) Walter Lapchynski, they are working to restore the Community Council.
- Btrfs development update | Josef Bacik’s Blog
- Deploying Btrfs at Facebook Scale - Josef Bacik, Facebook - YouTube
- The Latest On The Linux 5.9 Kernel Regression Stemming From Page Lock Fairness - Phoronix — Last week we reported on a Linux 5.9 kernel regression following benchmarks from Linux 5.0 to 5.9 and there being a sharp drop with the latest development kernel. That kernel regression was bisected to code introduced by Linus Torvalds at the start of the Linux 5.9 kernel cycle. Unfortunately it's not a trivial problem and one still being analyzed in coming up with a proper solution.
- Linux Mailing List - Re: Kernel Benchmarking
- Making apps for Linux, a proposal — I have a few thoughts on this topic, and so does Alan Pope, and so we got chatting and put together a proposal for a programming environment for making simple apps in a way that new developers could easily grasp. We were quite pleased with it as a concept, but: it didn’t get selected for further development. Oh well, never mind. But the ideas still seem good to us, so I think it’s worth publishing the proposal anyway so that someone else has the chance to be inspired by it, or decide they want it to happen.
- Direct link to Core Contributors Downloads Page
- Feedback: IDEs and Editors
- Feedback: Nextcloud (and borg too)
- GitHub - geigi/cozy — A modern audio book player for Linux using GTK+ 3.
- OpenAudible — Audio Book Manager
- Boot from USB · Issue #28 · raspberrypi/rpi-eeprom · GitHub