Open Source Kollaboration | LINUX Unplugged 91

Open Source Kollaboration | LINUX Unplugged 91

Aaron Seigo joins us to discuss the Kolab project, open source’s genuine answer to Microsoft Exchange and other groupware solutions. We also discuss the Roundcube project’s fundraiser & possible integration with Kolab.

Plus our Virtual LUG reviews Ubuntu 15.04, and we discuss what’s so desktop focused about Ubuntu 15.10 & much, much more!

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Retired pastor James Anderson, age 84, has never worked in IT or had any formal computer training, but over the past two years he has rebuilt more than a hundred IBM ThinkPad laptops and sent them to schools and nonprofits in Africa — all running Linux.

Catch Up:

Linux Academy

We are releasing our first set of ArchAssault shirts in preparation for SouthEast LinuxFest which is at the beginning of June 2015!


Roundcube Next | Indiegogo

Roundcube is the world’s most popular open source webmail application. It is used by millions of people to access to their email (and much more) on their own terms every single day.

But we can’t sit still. The web has evolved a lot in the last decade, and we want Roundcube to take full advantage of the best web technologies available. Doing so will let us evolve Roundcube into being a fluid single-page web app which you can use on all of your devices: desktop, laptop, tablet and smartphone.

…is a browser-based multilingual IMAP client with an application-like user interface.
It provides full functionality you expect from an email client, including MIME support,
address book, folder manipulation, message searching and spell checking.
More information…


Relax, it’s just Ubuntu 15.04. AARGH! IT’S FULL OF SYSTEMD!!!

Review Systemd is here. It’s arrived in Vivid Vervet, the latest, just-released distro of Ubuntu — 15.04.

Most users will notice very little overall difference in this latest Ubuntu release, but it’s this change that packs the biggest punch.

Wily Werewolf is the name of Ubuntu 15.10

“I think Ubuntu has come to represent the leanest, cleanest focus on free software and design for future experiences, and I think it’s time for us now to accelerate that lead. It’s really important for us to be sure that developers that are comfortable developing for GNOME or KDE know that their applications will absolutely be welcome in a converged Ubuntu world.”

“I would like to announce that we are going to ship a device this year, with a manufacturer, that will fit in your pocket, and be a phone, and will give you a desktop experience. That PC pocket experience is real on Ubuntu.”

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