The Linux kernel has some exciting updates this week, including a significant Asahi milestone and some good news for Android. Then we take openSUSE's new web-based installer for a spin.
Fedora and Red Hat users are getting a web-based installer, and a new legal situation for Bitcoin smells like retro SCO FUD.
Linus Torvalds attempts to get kernel developers to clean up their code, the performance regression that almost shipped, and the major production struggle Red Hat acknowledged this week.
Lutris developer Mathieu Comandon joins us to share his perspective on the uncomfortable issues facing Linux desktop developers.
We question the very nature of Linux development, and debate if a new approach is needed.
We're myth-busting this week as we take a perfectly functioning production server and switch it to Arch. Is this rolling distro too dangerous to run in production, or can the right approach unlock the perfect server? We try it so you don't have to.
CentOS Stream and 8 have a lot for us to talk about, Docker's struggles go public, and the GNOME Foundation is facing a patent fight.
We speculate about a future where IBM owns Red Hat, and review the latest Fedora 29 release that promises a new game changing feature.
Chrome OS is officially getting full-fledged Linux apps, and we ponder if this is truly a win for Linux.
Fedora fights for the user, Ubuntu Flavours draw the line, and why we're worried small distributions are starting to collapse.