LUP 535: Hit the Turbo¶
- Air Date: 2023-11-09
- Duration: 110 mins 35 secs
About this episode¶
A special guest joins us, and we each give Fedora 39 a try. What’s new, what we liked, and what didn’t make the cut!
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- Linode Cloud Hosting: A special offer for all Linux Unplugged Podcast listeners and new Linode customers, visit linode.com/unplugged, and receive $100 towards your new account.
- Kolide: Kolide is a device trust solution for companies with Okta, and they ensure that if a device isn’t trusted and secure, it can’t log into your cloud apps.
- 🎉 Alby — Boost into the show, first grab Alby, top it off, and then head over to the Podcast Index.
- ⚡️ LINUX Unplugged on the Podcastindex.org — You can boost from the web. Once Alby is topped off, visit our page on the Podcast Index.
- Element Going AGPL — 📣⚠️📣 Announcing a new home and license (AGPLv3) for Synapse and friends: going forwards Element’s work on Synapse, Dendrite & related server-side projects is going to be released as AGPLv3 rather than Apache.
- A new home and license (AGPL) for Synapse and friends — The benefit of switching to AGPLv3 is that it obliges downstream developers to contribute back to the core project - either by releasing their modifications as open source for the benefit of the whole Matrix ecosystem, or by contacting Element for an alternative license. Future code contributors to Synapse will need to sign a contributor license agreement (CLA) based on the Apache Software Foundation’s CLA, giving Element the right to license the contribution commercially to third party proprietary forks so we can use it to help fund Matrix core development in future.
- Synapse goes AGPL Discussion on Hacker News
- Selling Exceptions to the GNU GPL
- Ask Noah Show 362 — Ubuntu Summit 2023 with Jon Seager
- Future of the bitcoin-dev mailing list — Our current mailing list host, Linux Foundation, has indicated for years that they have wanted to stop hosting mailing lists, which would mean the bitcoin-dev mailing list would need to move somewhere else. We temporarily avoided that, but recently LF has informed a moderator that they will cease hosting any mailing lists later this year.
- Unplugged Tuxies - 2023 — There's still time to vote in the 2023 Tuxies!
- ⚠️ DID WE MISS SOMETHING IN THE 2023 TUXIES?
- Fedora Appreciation Week 2023 — Today is a special day, a day where we celebrate 20 years of Fedora! 🎉
- Photos and Favorite Moments from the Fedora Community
- Say Thank You during Fedora Appreciation Week 2023
- Fedora Linux 39 Released As A Wonderful Upgrade For Leading Workstations & Servers
- Fedora Change: Retire Modularity — Fedora will discontinue building modules for Fedora Linux 39 and further in the Fedora infrastructure and shipping modular content to users.
- Fedora Web Installer Delayed
- What’s new in Fedora Workstation 39 — Fedora Workstation 39 includes the latest version of the GNOME desktop environment, GNOME 45. This version features stylish new widgets in several core apps, a brand new Image Viewer app, a new keyboard backlight setting on supported systems, a more informative Activities button, improved performance, and many other refinements to the user experience all throughout.
- Introducing Fedora Onyx: Immutable Variant with Budgie Desktop — Built with the same robust technologies as other Fedora immutable variants such as Kinoite, and Silverblue, Fedora Onyx is designed for users who value the Fedora computing platform and Budgie Desktop environment but need the added immutability and atomic capabilities that rpm-ostree provides.
- 11 Future-Proof Immutable Linux Distributions
- Fedora Onyx — The Budgie desktop experience in an immutable fashion.
- LINUX Unplugged 468 — The Read Only Scenario
- Fedora Silverblue Technical Information
- Fedora Change: vm.max_map_count — The goal is to improve compatibility with Windows games through wine or steam.
- GNOME 45 Release Notes — For the new version we’ve focused on refining your daily interactions, enhancing performance, and making the overall experience smoother and more efficient. From subtle design tweaks to functional upgrades, GNOME 45 is all about refining the core desktop environment you rely on.
- KDE Plasma 6.0 Approved For Fedora 40 - Including Dropping The X11 Session — The Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee (FESCo) has signed off on shipping KDE Plasma 6.0 as the KDE desktop option for Fedora 40. Additionally, as part of this change, the plan is to drop the KDE X11 session to leave only the KDE Plasma Wayland session available.
- iancleary's nixos-config
- Determinate Systems' nix-github-actions
- Example of Github Action using Nix
- bcachefs merged into Linux 6.7
- gitfs — gitfs is a FUSE file system that fully integrates with git.
- VyOS — Democratizing how we access networks through a universal Router and Open source software.
- FlakM's Nix Config
- Podman Desktop 1.5
- lima — Lima launches Linux virtual machines with automatic file sharing and port forwarding (similar to WSL2).
- colima — Container runtimes on macOS (and Linux) with minimal setup.
- ProjectM — Cross-platform Music Visualization Library. Open-source and Milkdrop-compatible.
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