Weekly Linux news and analysis by Chris and Wes. The show every week we hope you’ll go to when you want to hear an informed discussion about what’s happening.
Is Linux gaming really being saved by Google's Stadia platform? We discuss the details and possibilities.
We try out the latest GNOME 3.32 release, and why it might be the best release ever. New leader candidates for Debian emerge, we experience foundation inception, and NGINX is getting acquired.
Free Software does what commercial can't this week, getting a Debian desktop on more Android devices gets closer and PureOS promises Convergence, but is there more beneath the surface?
We sift Mobile World Congress to find just the best and most relevant stories, and discuss the Thunderclap vulnerability.
Linus pops another hype bubble, we go hands on with the new OnionShare, and some insights into Redis labs changing its license... Again.
Google scrambles to repurpose Android Things, Microsoft wants to protect your Linux install really bad, and the first bank backed Crypto-coin makes a splash.
A week of nasty security flaws, and a lack of patches... For some of us. Raspberry Pi opens a physical store, our thoughts on the new LibreOffice interface, and the new round of nasty flaws hitting all versions of Android.
Firefox is standing out, Pine64 has a lot more cheap Linux hardware coming, and the good and the bad with the new Kodi Release.
Debian has a big fix, Chromium might block ads, Valve makes another big investment in Linux, and Google gets serious about bringing Fuchsia to market.
Another troubling week for MongoDB, ZFS On Linux lands a kernel workaround, and 600 days of postmarketOS.
Choose your own Linux is coming to Chrome OS, GitHub private repos go free, LVFS gets another win, and Amazon released their MongoDB competitor DocumentDB.
Raspberry Pi joins the RISC-V Foundation, MIPS is going open source, and Mozilla is experimenting with more ads in Firefox.