This episode covers a little bit of everything. The end of life for Chromebooks and how that hurts in some ways, hacker public radio topics, CentOS and Red Hat joining, participate with a non mainstream GNU/Linux Distros, and much more.
Here is a brief list of the topics and links covered in this episode:
- XFCE and Xubuntu is good, Crouton for Google Chromebook
- Chromebook EOL, WTF? I like the hardware but I want to use it until I'm tired of using it, I don't want Apple or Google telling me otherwise.
- Distro wise what's next? I'm not going to want to stick with Ubuntu much longer.
- CentOS, WTF? So on the server side what's next?
- Building your own distro from the ground up. It is a lot of work.
- Debian is by far still the best distro to stick with. I hope they don't jump ship.
- Bastion hosts are long gone, thank you and sorry Marcus J. Ranum. Make way for clusters, customized systems, but generic and widely supported desktops. Sounds like Slackware to me, right?
- GNU/Linux Distribution Timeline http://futurist.se/gldt/ http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/1b/Linux_Distribution_Timeline.svg
- Bridge Linux http://millertechnologies.net/
- Bedrock Linux http://bedrocklinux.org/index.html
- Indigogo http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/i-hate-being-single-season-2
- NCIX.com https://www.youtube.com/user/NCIXcom
- Pod safe music http://www.freemusicarchive.org
- Configuration Management Configuration Deployment for Network automation http://packetpushers.net/show-176-intro-to-python-automation-for-network-engineers/
- Duck Duck Go Goodies https://duckduckgo.com/goodies
- Ansible http://www.ansible.com/home