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EP91 -A picture of my bleeding nutsack.

We really should have opened with a barbers quartet as the show you thought was based on Linux turns into a shaven discourse.

First up Pete gives a shout out to Peter Robinson for fixing his webcam and warns him not to visit the 14th century!

Microsoft Open Sources .NET but the License looks either a bit dodgy or not worth the paper it's printed on?

So it's not very Linuxy but Pete is really taken with Detroit Soup a movement that awards Micro grants to creative projects. People gather and pay a minimum $5.00 entrance fee (You can pay more if you like.) hopefuls give a presentation as to why they should get the micro grant and you get some food while listening. At the end you all vote on who should get the money in the bucket. Simple.

Mozilla pulls encryption feature after just a WEEK

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Show length: 01:02:35

Start & Ending Music: Thai Dance Music by: Thai
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01- 16 Squares G
02- Social Square
03- The Nuri

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EP90 The night of the terrible puns.

Google joins the ranks of ♫ ♪ "I did it, myyyyy wayyyyy" ♬ ♩ and announces its own X11 replacement codenamed Freon, along with Canonical-nee-Ubuntu's Mir and everyone else's Wayland and or Xorg.

You thought they were dead? You thought you'd heard the last of them, but yes, SCO are back and set to ruffle IBM's feathers all over again with their reactivated $5 Billion lawsuit.

If you can't beat them lock them out! Microsoft appear to be on course to implement their plan to stop anyone putting what they want on a PC or Laptop with Secure Boot scheduled to be implemented on Windows 10.

♫ ♪ "Happy birthday to you..........." ♬ ♩ The GNU Manifesto turns 30! If you didn't know that, don't worry, clearly most of the Internet is unaware too.

"All crimes begin with a thought. So, if you control thought, you can control crime." -- Crimethink George Orwell 1984
When does an online fantasy cross the line into criminal conspiracy? That’s the issue the Second Circuit Court of Appeals is currently weighing in United States v. Gilberto Vallethe so-called “cannibal cop” case.

OpenSSL patched a “high” severity flaw as part of a patch batch on Thursday that turned out to be nowhere near as scary as widely feared.

South London Makerspace
We re-visit the news that the GLA (Greater London Authority) has granted the Makerspace £20,000

Freedom hating MP3 97.04MB
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Show length: 01:09:48

Start & Ending Music: Thai Dance Music by: Thai
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01- Farad_Bastami_-_Piero_Nicolini_impaziente_dal_yoytube_di_amin
02- Julian_Rhine White_Lights_-ft._Ellie_Goulding__Brenton_Duvall
03- Estuart_Lavoz_-_Robarte_Un_Beso_-_Estuart_Ft_Jimena_Sosa
04- Ashley Te_Esperare
05- Tlushch ontrabass Contraband
06- George Franco DESEO_TUS_BESOS
07- Y P Pork Inga_Problem

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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!

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

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Show length: 00:26:06

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01- Jai Lynn: Im not her
02- JAIEF ASONG: Earworm
03- ProleteR: 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.

Greater London LUG/Podcasters Meetup 26th Feb

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Show length: 01:04:18

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01- Bigband Entertainment: bgm_lobby
02- Los Expresos: el canfranero
03- George Loukissas: See you in hell

Post-Production: Keith Milner