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.
Arch finds itself in the barrel, Ubuntu goes on a diet, and Python's leader for life has had enough, and steps down.
SUSE is acquired and GNOME is hiring, and it might just be the summer of forks.
Gentoo's GitHub is compromised, and Google's writing big checks to the Linux Foundation to distract you from the Fuchsia elephant in the room.
Projects once thought dead are now full of life, with new major releases and we kick the tires.
Plasma Desktop has a new release so we cover the new features and bugs, Mycroft has an "opportunity" for you, and trouble at CopperheadOS.
Free and open source developers are still freaking out about Microsoft buying GitHub, ReactOS reaches a major milestone, TrueOS appears to be forking, and changes are coming to the core of Plasma desktop team.
Ubuntu-based Atari VCS crowd-funding is going very well, Endless employees are hit with layoffs, and why GNOME might be too fat for Pi.
OpenSUSE Leap 15 is released, along a new LXQt, the Essential Phone getting canceled, and why older Chrombooks might be receiving the big Linux apps update.
Asteroid OS reaches 1.0, and Joe gives it a go. GNOME developers consider removing the ability to launch binaries, but punt for now. And the lessons learned from malware in the Snap Store.
It's confirmed Linux apps are coming to Chrome OS. Google is finally putting pressure on OEMs to ship security patches, and we try Android of Things.
Fedora fights for the user, Ubuntu Flavours draw the line, and why we're worried small distributions are starting to collapse.
Ubuntu 18.04 is out and we round up the new features, the flavors, and our first takes.