LAN 129: Linux Action News 129¶
- Air Date: 2019-10-27
- Duration: 42 mins 23 secs
About this episode¶
GNOME decides to fight, Ubuntu's desktop director steps down, GitLab backs off its telemetry plans, and we've got the data on Google's Project Treble.
- GNOME files defense against patent troll — Agreeing to this would leave this patent live, and allow this to be used as a weapon against countless others. We will stand firm against this baseless attack, not just for GNOME and Shotwell, but for all free and open source software projects.
- Will Cooke, the Director of Engineering for the Ubuntu desktop, has left Canonical — That's all folks! Eoan was my last #Ubuntu release and I am handing over the reigns to the ever awesome @m_wimpress. Expect 20.04 LTS to be amazingly amazing! Excited for my new gig @InfluxDB
- Latest Firefox Brings Privacy Protections Front and Center Letting You Track the Trackers — Today we’re introducing a new feature that offers you a free report outlining the number of third-party and social media trackers blocked automatically by the Firefox browser with Enhanced Tracking Protection.
- GitLab telemetry debacle — To make GitLab better faster, we need more data on how users are using GitLab.
- Announcing $268 million in Series E funding
- Google shows just how much Project Treble has improved OS Android adoption — Project Treble modularizes Android to make it easier for OEMs to update devices.
- It looks like Disney Plus won’t work on Linux — Disney+ streaming uses draconian DRM, avoid
android adoption, canonical, disney+ drm, executive director neil mcgovern, firefox dashboard, gitlab telemetry, gnome, gnome foundation, jupiter broadcasting, linux academy, linux action show, linux news, linux news podcast, patent suit, project treble, rothschild patent imaging, shearman & sterling, shotwell, ubuntu, will cooke