June 16th, 2020 | 1 hr 13 mins
a cloud guru, accesibility, apple, btrfs, checksums, containers, copy on write, cow, crew dragon, data integrity, disk layout, disk partitioning, disk space, docker, ext4, facebook, falcon 9, fedora, fedora workstation, filesystem, flatpak, gimp, github, jupiter broadcasting, librem 5, linux podcast, lvm, macos, master, matt ahrens, media production, mobile, nvme, phone, phosh, pine64, pinephone, pinetab, pipewire, postmarketos, preempt, proprietary software, purism, python, redis, rich bowen, ruby, snapshots, spacex, ssd, starlink, unplugged, welcoming nomenclature, windows, xfs, zfs
It's time to challenge some long-held assumptions.
Today's Btrfs is not yesterday's hot mess, but a modern battle-tested filesystem, and we'll prove it.
Plus our thoughts on GitHub dropping the term "master", and the changes Linux should make NOW to compete with commercial desktops.
January 22nd, 2019 | 1 hr 19 mins
akira, apt, apt-get, aws, azure, azure sphere, benchmarks, canonical, circonus, design, documentdb, ebgp, elementary, freemium, gpg, gtk, https, io, jupiter broadcasting, kafka, kernel, lfnw, linux, linux podcast, man in the middle, metrics, mitm, mongodb, multipass, native apps, oggcamp, open source business models, powershell, rce, redis, scale, scheduler, security, sequeler, sketch, ssd, taxi, texas linux fest, ubuntu, ui, unplugged, ux, vala, windows, windows 10, windows core
An embarrassing vulnerability has been found in the apt package manager, we’ll break it all down. Plus Alessandro Castellani tells us about his plans to build a professional design tool for Linux.