LAN 147: Linux Action News 147¶
- Air Date: 2020-03-01
- Duration: 24 mins 29 secs
About this episode¶
Bruce Schneier puts his name behind Solid, Firefox starts to roll out DNS over HTTPS as default, and Microsoft's Linux first device ships to customers.
- Collabora brings smooth editing to Android and iOS — This release fully integrates the iOS and Android apps into our Collabora Office product family.
- The Story of Collabora Office for Phones
- Firefox continues push to bring DNS over HTTPS by default for US users — The rollout will continue over the next few weeks to confirm no major issues are discovered as this new protocol is enabled for Firefox’s US-based users.
- Firefox now defaults to DNS-over-HTTPS for US netizens and some are dischuffed about this
- The Facts: Mozilla’s DNS over HTTPs
- Securing Firefox with WebAssembly — RLBox, a new sandboxing technology.
- Inrupt, Tim Berners-Lee's Solid, and Me — I have joined a company called Inrupt that is working to bring Tim Berners-Lee's distributed data ownership model that is Solid into the mainstream.
- Building a World-Class Team at Inrupt
- Microsoft's Azure Sphere, its Linux-based microcontroller plus cloud service, hits general availability — Microsoft is making its Azure Sphere secure IoT service generally available after several years of testing and previews.
- A birthday gift: 2GB Raspberry Pi 4 now only $35 — The fall in RAM prices over the last year has allowed us to cut the price of the 2GB variant of Raspberry Pi 4 to $35.
- The Raspberry Pi 4 gets a RAM upgrade
acloud guru, azure sphere, collabora, dns over https, doh, inrupt, jupiter broadcasting, linux academy, linux action show, linux news podcast, linux weekly podcast, microsoft, raspberry pi, rlbox, rust, security sandbox system, solid, tim berners-lee