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EP89 - An evening of going of on a tangent.

So before we get started sadly this episode effectively died after about twenty minutes, having said that we have managed to put an episode together with the help of some corn plasters, super glue and a box of staples.

The only news story you'll hear the team discuss is the BBC dropping WMA due to licensing costs and switching to more open MPEG-DASH.

We then went on to discuss Lenovo making your newly purchased equipment vunerable with 'superfish' the discussion moved on to the NoSQL injection vulnerability of 40,000 MongoDB databases. Linus announces Linux 4.0 this was a really good discussion, honestly. :-)

We save the best till last. The headline was that Mark Shuttleworth admitted Untiy was a mistake but after some discussion we admit that's not really what he was saying.

South London Makerspace
Now this is possibly the biggest shame of the whole show, if only you could have heard Pete tearing Matt a new arsehole during this section for saying that he had no right to claim any kudos seeing as he hadn't attended much lately. Anyway the great news is the GLA (Greater London Authority) has granted the Makerspace £20,000.00!

Announcements
Scott Evans (AKA VK7HSE) had a successful interview and is now tdtrs community manager and setting up a discussion site, coz we hate Forums.

Feeds
Freedom hating MP3 28.04MB
Freedom loving OGG 17.01MB

Show length: 00:26:06

Start & Ending Music: Thai Dance Music by: Thai
Licensed Under: CC Attribution

Bumper music: Licensed Under: CC Attribution
01- Jai Lynn: Im not her https://www.jamendo.com/en/track/1176018/im-not-her
02- JAIEF ASONG: Earworm https://www.jamendo.com/en/list/a140778/earworms
03- ProleteR: By the River https://www.jamendo.com/en/track/1174094/by-the-river

Post-Production: Keith Milner

EP88 - Crunch goes Bang!

The GPG Encryption project nearly runs out of money until some of the big boys come to its rescue and hand over a load of dosh. Pete and Matt discuss whether all projects should come under a single umbrella such as The Linux Foundation.

RaspberryPi 2 announced but can you in fact get more bang for your buck with the plethora of devices out there? The guys muse that the Raspberry Pi project seems to be moving away from its original reason for coming to the market.

Main Topic
Philip Newborough has announced the end of CrunchBang we did try to blackmail him onto the show but clearly he was holding out for a better offer. :-D

It began in South Africa
Huzzah! Finally a phone! While Matt and Pete are chuffed to bits that Canonical finally listened to #tdtrs and got some stock phones they're less than impressed with what you actually get in the box.

South London Makerspace
Having an open day on the 21st February.

Announcements
Greater London LUG/Podcasters Meetup 26th Feb

Feeds
Freedom hating MP3 70.09MB
Freedom loving OGG 42.01MB

Show length: 01:04:18

Start & Ending Music: Thai Dance Music by: Thai
Licensed Under: CC Attribution

Bumper music: Licensed Under: CC Attribution
01- Bigband Entertainment: bgm_lobby https://www.jamendo.com/en/track/1195844/01-bgm-lobby
02- Los Expresos: el canfranero https://www.jamendo.com/en/track/1195758/03-el-canfranero
03- George Loukissas: See you in hell https://www.jamendo.com/en/track/1195746/see-you-in-hell

Post-Production: Keith Milner

EP87 - Choosing Volunteers

 

So we're back with a little bit of a low key show but then it has been a month since the last release. All change in the podcasting world: With Linux Outlaws throwing the towel in Pete and Matt discuss Fab and Dan's all new? GDR although Pete keeps thinking it's DDR. We then hear the further sad news that the Full Circle podcast has packed it in. And finally that UUPC are looking for a presenter? As Tony Whitmore has packed it in.

Matt tells us how the EFF have released an app but refuse to agree to Apple's terms. Pete just thinks it's a steak meal.

Matt tells us how Chromebooks outsell windows laptops
Pete gets a touch over excited about a game he's says he's thought up. TDTRS game: http://tdtrs.co.uk/stuff/TDTRS_Game.php

South London Makerspace
Having an open day on the 21st February.

Announcements
Vacancy for a TDTRS Community discussion site admin: https://github.com/discourse/discourse
Jono Bacon is using it and it looks rather good. http://www.jonobacon.org/2015/01/13/discourse-saving-forums-from-themselves/

Feeds
Freedom hating MP3 67.07MB
Freedom loving OGG 40.04MB

Show length: 01:04:02

Start & Ending Music: Thai Dance Music by: Thai
Licensed Under: CC Attribution

Bumper music: Licensed Under: CC Attribution
01-Marcus Allen Banks Where We Left Off https://www.jamendo.com/en/track/1171797/where-we-left-off
02-DDR _ GDR - Auferstanden aus Ruinen
03-Bellevue Gates https://www.jamendo.com/en/track/1181019/gates
04-Giulia Mihai Giulia Flamenco Amor https://www.jamendo.com/en/track/1186242/giulia-flamenco-amor-1-online-a...
05-TANTO AQUÍ COMO ALLÁ Feat. Johnny Ventura https://www.jamendo.com/en/list/a139474/tanto-aqui-como-alla-feat.-johnn...

Post-Production: Keith Milner

EP86 - Merry Linux Christmas

Be warned this episode may not be safe for work or baby otters.

Just what has Pete got in his sack? And how many times can Matt squeeze "Linux!" into this episode? Rather than giving you a load of outtakes the team has decided to do a semi normal show but with some surprises thrown in. First up are you ready for Christmas? We hear about how Matt hardly has room for a piece of A4 paper in his multi million pound flat "Nothing big for pity's sake!"

So the one and only opening story for discussion is Revisiting open source social networking alternatives which Matt seems to think Pete will be interested in? He's a G+ fanboy you young impressionable fool

Main Topic
Perfect Distro: Pete and Matt tell us about their Fedora 21 upgrade experiences.

It began in South Africa
We kick off with Swapnil Bhartiya's article Unity 8 coming in 15.04 and how it will give you a desktop like experience on the desktop. Next up is Mark Shuttleworth's blog post talking about Core, Snappy and Transactions

South London Makerspace
The wall has finally been built and Matt claims all the glory for the new shutter door controlled by an RF card and running on an Arduino come Raspberry Pi.

Announcements
It's Christmas and we want a break! See you in the New Year

Feeds
Freedom hating MP3 135.05MB
Freedom loving OGG 79.05MB

Show length: 01:58:00

It began in South Africa
Spoken by: Andre Hugo

Start & Ending Music: Thai Dance Music by: Thai
Licensed Under: CC Attribution

Bumper music:
01 Sound System: I have heard an angel
02 Sound System: Merry Christmas
(Taken from Jamendo which was broken at the time of writing)

Ending Song
Kara Sqaure: "Hibernate 'Til New Year's Day"
http://thinkrootrecords.com/
CC BY-NC

Post-Production: Keith Milner

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