Has Canonical finally nailed snaps? Why it looks like Ubuntu has turned a new corner; our thoughts on the latest release. Plus, a special guest and more.
The results from the recent HDR Hackfest, Mozilla's new acquisition, and the concerning crack down on free software encryption.
A high-profile Linux kernel network flaw, we put JFS on a death watch, and break down the controversial Firefox update this week.
Fedora gets serious about its server editions, our thoughts on Valve's increased Steam Deck production, and the surprising results of booting Linux on the Apple M2 SoC.
We get the details behind Thunderbird acquiring K-9 Mail, share the best new features of Plasma 5.25, check-in on Ubuntu's RISC-V development status, and discuss Photoshop coming to Linux via the web.
Mike shares a tale involving a comedy of errors, and we ponder a new reusable culture around tech.
If we could change just one mistake in our Linux journey, what would it be?
Desktop Linux graphics are about to get a significant investment, Mozilla and Canonical work together on a Firefox Snap, and some key new insights into the Linux port to Apple’s M1.
Plus, why WSL’s first Linux malware in the wild matters.
Our take on the Freenode exodus, Linux Apps going public in Chrome OS, and Red Hat's desktop hiring spree.
Don't buy that M1-powered Apple machine just yet, solving Wayland-driven fragmentation, and why Firefox is about to get an upgrade on Linux.
The details behind youtube-dl's return to GitHub, our thoughts on the rumored SUSE IPO, and our concerns with Servo's new home.
Microsoft is making aggressive moves to court more and more developers. We put on our analyst hats and lay out the hard cold truth.
NextCloud makes some significant changes, and we share our reaction; IBM is planning to split into two, but we have some questions, and Firefox may soon display sponsored "top sites."
Lenovo expands its Linux lineup in a big way, with 30 Ubuntu systems. And why Microsoft Edge on Linux might be more significant than you think.
Our hands-on review of Android 11, and our thoughts on the possible consequences of Nvidia buying Arm Holdings for $40bn.
The first Thinkpads loaded with Fedora go live, but there is a lot more to the story.
We round up the best podcast clients for your Linux desktop, mobile, and the web.
We refurbish a special machine from the Jupiter Broadcasting Hardware Archive and try out Matrix, the one chat platform to rule them all.
Solid releases from GNOME and Firefox, bad news for custom Android ROM users, and a new container distro from Amazon.
Nextcloud's new release is so big it gets a rebrand, why Mozilla had a round of lay-offs, and the real possibility of Steam coming to Chrome OS.
Linus Torvalds says don't use ZFS, but we think he got a few of the facts wrong. Jim Salter joins us to help us explain what Linus got right, and what he got wrong.
We share Mozilla's concerns over Contract for the Web, and try out Kali Linux's new tricks.
Android 10 has a lot we like while the PinePhone is real and closer than we thought.
Microsoft continues to prove how much it loves Linux while Google tries to eat their lunch, mixed news from Mozilla, and good stuff from GNOME.
What’s surprised us, what we got wrong, right, and what the biggest game changers have been in 2019 so far.
Another project breach raises significant questions, Fedora considers dropping Snaps in Gnome Software, and has the ISPA let Mozilla off the hook?
Open Source has taken over the world, as IBM's purchase of Red Hat closes. We reflect on this historic moment.
Is Resilient Linux truly an indestructible distro? Or is this our toughest distro challenge yet?
Is there really any advantage to building your software vs installing the package? We discuss when and why you might want to consider building it yourself.
A new voice joins the show, and we share stories from our recent adventures at SCaLE 17x.
Mike breaks down what it takes to build a proper iOS build server, and leaves the familiar shallows of Debian for the open waters of openSUSE.
Firefox is standing out, Pine64 has a lot more cheap Linux hardware coming, and the good and the bad with the new Kodi Release.
We're playing Robin Hood with the content, and a new member of our team joins to tell you all about it.
Another troubling week for MongoDB, ZFS On Linux lands a kernel workaround, and 600 days of postmarketOS.
Microsoft is moving to Chromium, and Mozilla isn't too thrilled about it.
Google's Project Zero criticizes Linux distros, Firefox can now tell you when you get pwned, and the growing elephant in the room about Azure.
This week saw a huge release for UBports, proof that LMDE is still alive, and Mozilla earning a lot of respect.
The Linux kernel gets a spring cleaning, things are going well for RISC-V, and Linux-Libre is clearly prioritizing freedom over security with their recent update.
It's week of major project releases, elementary OS gears up for some contested changes, and Mozilla has a solution for the world's IoT mess.
Mozilla violates users' trust, Amazon has a new Linux, OpenSSH is coming to Windows, and Intel blocks disabling of the Management Engine.
Plus an update on the Conservancy's fight with the Software Freedom Law Center and more.
The Ghost of Yahoo and Mozilla go to battle, the right way to abandon a project, the coming UK Bitcoin crackdown, and Android GO is released to OEMs.
Bitcoin breaks $10k and we ponder its true value, big companies join the compliance-first approach to GPLv2, we spot some red flags in the latest Raspbian x86 release, and Mozilla has a new open source project.
Why AsteroidOS on your wrist is worth watching, what Project Treble means for future custom ROMs, Debian's Docker dominance, and why China might shut down Bitcoin exchanges.
A good week for desktop Linux with news from Ubuntu, Fedora, and openSUSE. Plus our take on the pending death of Flash, some great work by the Debian project, and Mozilla updates us on Project Common Voice.
Endless OS gets a big update, Tuxedo announces its own distro, Mycroft's hilariously rough edges, and Mozilla's plans to tame IoT.
More hardware acceleration comes to desktop Linux, Mozilla launches ambitious new projects, Unity 7 fans can rejoice & Jolla has an important update.