October 26th, 2018 | 59 mins 59 secs
altispeed, apple, ask questions, backup, call in show, getting started, google, linus torvalds, linux, linux questions, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, open source, podcast, privacy, questions, security, small business, talk radio, voxtelesys
Linus has taken a break while he worked on his tooling to be more socially acceptable. That time is over and Greg KH has officially handed the kernel back to him. We discuss the implication of his return and what it might mean for Linux.
A Google contract has been leaked that shows Google is requiring it’s hardware partners to maintain security patches and updates for at least 2 years.
All that and more in this special edition of The Ask Noah Show!
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.