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  1. Podcast Season 4 Episode 6 | Linux Voice

     Podcast RSS feeds: Ogg Vorbis, MP3 and Opus.

    Title: Gnihilism

    In this episode: Microsoft Windows and Canonical’s Ubuntu hold hands. There’s an XScreensaver scandal at Debian. Convergence has nearly converged with reality and WhatsApp is now super-secure. Plus Finds and Vox Populi.

    What’s in the show:

    News:

    Microsoft and Canonical have create WINE-antimatter by allowing you to ‘apt-get install’ many Ubuntu packages on Windows 10. Debian has got into a debate with the developer of XScreensaver, Jamie Zawinski, who would like Debian to stop shipping his project. Canonical’s long-promised convergence device is now available for pre-order. Linux is now running (unofficially) on Sony’s PlayStation 4, if you’re got an old firmware version and WhatsApp now has full end-to-end encryption.

    Finds of the Fortnight:

    From our #linuxvoice IRC channel on Freenode:

    I’ve rediscovered my love for love, as in love2d.org. Oh and I discovered docker-compose v2 which has some nifty new features over v1

    Just been updating a few RPM-based systems, which use delta-RPMs. Great for saving on bandwidth, but is a tecnology that would have been more useful in the days of dial-up.

    Studio Ghibli of much animation fame have open sourced a big peice of software used for many of their films – OpenToonz. Also my 3yo daughter loved spotting all the penguins in the competition issue a few months ago. Can we have more hidden penguins please? She’s been dissapointed by lack of penguins in the issues since

    Andrew:

    OpenToonz does indeed look very good.

    Ben:

    A new peer-to-peer decentralised shopping system called OpenBazaar.

    Mike:

    Putting a space before a command in Bash won’t add it to the command history.

    Record video to compact cassette – in 1987, thanks to Fisher-Price PXL-2000.

    Graham:

    Hugo’s comment on our previous podcast.

    The EFF and Amnesty International say Encryption is a Human Rights Issue.

    Check your internet connection from the command line with speedtest-cli.

    Vocalise your Neurons

    If you want Mike to read out your neurons next time, email your thoughts to [email protected]

    Voice of the Masses:

    What are you waiting for?

    Presenters: Ben Everard, Andrew Gregory, Graham Morrison and Mike Saunders.

    Download as high-quality Ogg Vorbis (50MB)

    Download as low-quality MP3 (70MB)

    Download the smaller yet even more awesome Opus file (20MB)

    Duration: 57:20

    Theme Music by Brad Sucks.

    This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

    https://www.linuxvoice.com/podcast-season-4-episode-6/

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  2. Crowds and Party: In Conversation with Jodi Dean | Novara Media

    On this week’s show Aaron Bastani, Ash Sarkar and James Butler discuss ‘Fully Automated Luxury Communism’ and its conception of luxury.

    http://novaramedia.com/2016/04/crowds-and-party-in-conversation-with-jodi-dean/

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  3. MIT Media Lab Public Dialogue on DRM

    Will the future of the Web include Digital Rights Management? The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the MIT-based international standards body in charge of "bringing the Web to its full potential" is in process of deciding if they should continue their work on Encrypted Media Extensions (EME). The recommendation of EME by W3C would standardize the use of Digital Rights Management (DRM) across browsers. The Free Software Foundation (FSF) has petitioned W3C to stop all work on EME and DRM-related technologies. The W3C will consider adopting a DRM non-aggression covenant drafted by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) at its Advisory Committee meeting at MIT next week.

    This is an open invitation for genuine person-to-person dialogue with people from MIT, FSF, EFF, and W3C about DRM on the Web (and any other topics of importance to the Web).

    Speakers:

    • Joi Ito (Media Lab)
    • Richard Stallman (Free Software Foundation)
    • Danny O’Brien (EFF)
    • W3C Team Member(s)
    • Moderator: Harry Halpin (W3C)

    March 20th 2016, 8 PM

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  4. Episode 2 - Shutting Down Trump Protests

    Jesse and Ali discuss the Chicago protest against a Donald Trump rally and whether protesters should consider the freedom of speech for Trump’s fascist movement.

    The art is courtesy of friend-of-the-podcast Matt Bors, of The Nib, who drew the picture of an anti-Trump protester after Norman Rockwell’s "Freedom of Speech" painting. You can follow Matt’s work on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MattBors

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  5. The state of free: revising the High Priority Projects list — GNU MediaGoblin

    Original video: https://media.libreplanet.org/u/libreplanet/m/the-state-of-free-revising-the-high-priority-projects-list/
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  6. A Conversation on Privacy

    Original video: http://livestream.com/azpm/events/4958510
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  7. comparing-codes-of-conduct-to-copyleft-licenses

    Original video: http://mirror.as35701.net/video.fosdem.org/2016/ud2218a/comparing-codes-of-conduct-to-copyleft-licenses.mp4
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  8. The World Today: France Shifting Right

    Tariq Ali talks to Houria Bouteldja, Activist and spokesperson for the Indigenous People of the Republic about France’s conflict with its imperialist past, why politics in France continue to move towards the right and the rise of racism and Islamophobia resulting from the recent terror attacks. What does the future hold for France? http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/the-world-today-502319/

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  9. The World Today: Poland Moves Right

    Tariq Ali talks to Gonzalo Pozo-Martin, an expert on Russia and Eastern Europe, about Poland, which has been hailed as an economic model for the post-communist countries of the region. They discuss the reality of its economic experience and the shape of its political future. http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/the-world-today-493768/

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  10. The World Today: A new opposition in Ireland

    Tariq Ali talks to Paul Murphy, a socialist member of the Irish Parliament, about Irish politics and the parties lining up in advance of elections in the next few months. http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/the-world-today-491064/

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