September 18th, 2018 | 59 mins 57 secs
altispeed, ask questions, call in show, code of conduct, contributor covenant, getting started, linus torvalds, linux, linux questions, lkml, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, paul m. jones open source, podcast, privacy, questions, security, talk radio, voxtelesys
Linus Torvalds has decided he needs a break so he can understand people and their emotions better. The kernel has finally adopted a code of conduct based on the contributor covenant. No one knows more about codes of conduct than Paul M. Jones. Paul joins us in the second half of the program to help us explore the situation and give us some insight into what we can expect for the future of Linux.
August 10th, 2018 | 2 hrs 29 mins
altispeed, ask questions, call in show, code of conduct, getting started, jeremy sands, linux, linux questions, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, openvpn, oracle, paul m. jones, podcast, privacy, production, questions, security, self, server distro, sjw, southeast linuxfest, sponsors, starting distro, talk radio, voxtelesys, vpn
There has been a lot of rumors lately about Southeast Linuxfest. Outside pressure has been exerted in an effort to force the leadership of SELF to do things not in the best interest of the attendees but to push a political agenda. Tonight Jeremy Sands the conference organizer comes exclusively on the Ask Noah Show to share with us the dirty laundry and how SELF is fighting back!
June 12th, 2017 | 1 hr 8 secs
altispeed, code of conduct, contributor covenant, getting started, linux, noah chelliah, opalgate, paul jones, paul m jones, podcast, production, questions, sjw, social juctice, talk radio
This week we're live from Cincinnati Public Radio to bring a very controversial episode of the Ask Noah Show. We sit down with Paul M. Jones & he tells us why some codes of conduct are a bad idea. We take your calls, plus we we look to see if Linux security is flawed.