Everyone knows Red Hat's Dan Walsh as the SELinux guy... and more recently as the guy who pronounces Docker in a Boston accent as "Dockah". Turns out he was the subject of a recent TNT Network's Rizzoli and Isles episode. Enjoy. Oh, and, "All roads lead... to Dan Walsh." (the missing last 3 seconds)
For those with iFrame issues, here's the direct link: dan-walsh-mystery.webm
I ran across this video today. I know there is a lot of fever over the $9 C.H.I.P. but I found it very interesting listening to one of the C.H.I.P. guy talk about the challenge and the rewards of such a project. Enjoy!
Ever experienced a presentation by Michael Meeks? He reminds me of Monty Python... but I digress. Michael is a well known LibreOffice person and here is a recent talk (published June 26, 2015) from him for, I assume, the Swish Open Source User Group.
I decided today would be a good day to post this because LibreOffice 5 was released. Enjoy!
For anyone who hasn't seen this yet who is interested in containers, this is a must see. Watch Red Hat's SELinux guru Dan Walsh explain and demo Super Privileged Containers from the Red Hat Summit 2015. Enjoy!
For those who are iFrame challenged, here's the direct YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dM2Fc53Dtd4
Oh look... another presentation by Lennart on systemd... this one from the CoreOS Fest 2015. Enjoy!
For those who are iFrame challenged, here's the YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIPonFvPlAs
If you haven't seen the pilot episode of USA's new series, "MR. ROBOT"... you can see the whole thing on YouTube... until they decide to take it down. Anyway, there was an exchange about GNOME vs. KDE and Linux is even mentioned. Here's the 1 minute clip. Enjoy!
I guess they haven't seen Plasma 5 yet. It's da'bomb!
Here is a preview video of the upcoming Fedora 22 release (running in a KVM VM). This is my personal remix (with non-Fedora provided rpmfusion-free packages, google-chrome-stable, and flash-plugin added) and I haven't bothered with the branding nor customization at all... and I don't really publicly distribute it.. but I'd be happy to share my kickstart file if anyone wants it.
In the video I show the install process, and then show all of the desktop environments that are pre-installed which include... GNOME 3.16.1, Plasma 5.3.0, LXQT 0.10, MATE 1.10, XFCE 4.12.1, and Cinnamon 2.4.8. Enjoy!
Please Note: The official Fedora live media always automatically logs the liveuser in... but on my personal remix I haven't bothered to set that up so I have to put in "liveuser". Again, the Fedora media is NOT like that.
Author George Dyson contrasted the Hollywood movie "The Imitation Game" with reality.
Emily Dunham, OSU Open Source Lab's Student Systems Engineer, provided an introduciton to Git and GitHub.