In their premiere episode, Chris and Serge jump into a variety of topics: Corporate control of Free Software, Time management systems, Free Software mobile devices and PDAs that ran GNU/Linux.
Come with them in thier first journey into podcasting (and be forgiving)!
Links to some of the things discussed in the show
- Linux Sucks Forever - The latest in the "Linux Sucks" videos talking about corporate control of Linux and Free Software in general
- The Halloween Documents - The documents describing Microsoft's strategy of "Embrace, Extend, Extinguish"
- Quality Standards, Service Orientation, and Power in Airbnb and Couchsurfing - Benjamin Mako Hill discussing Couchsurfing
- On Usage of The Phrase "Open Source" - Bruce Perens describing the origins of Open Source
- How I coined the term 'open source' - Christine Peterson discusses how she invented the term 'Open Source'
- Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution - The book from the 1980s describing the origin of the Hacker movement
- F-Droid - A software repository of Free and Open Source Software for the Android platform
- Replicant - A 100% Free Software operating system for mobile phones
- LineageOS - A Free and Open Source operating system for mobile devices
- LibreM 5 - A new 100% Free Software, Privacy Oriented Mobile Phone coming soon
- OpenMoko - A project to create a Free mobile smartphone in/around 2007/2008 that never fully took off
- Org Mode - A system for keeping track of everything in your life in plain text through Emacs
- Orgzly - An Org mode compatible editor for Android
- The Hipster PDA - The Hipster PDA
- Time Management for System Administrators - The book where Serge learned the Cycle system for time managament
- Rudel - Distributed real-time editing editing in Emacs; apparently supports the Gobby protocol and others (we haven't tried this ourselves!)
- The Agenda VR3 - The first Linux-based Personal Digital Assistant
- Sharp Zaurus - A more capable Linux-based PDA
- Emacs appointment notifications via XMPP - A pretty good notification setup in case you can't project org-mode straight into your eyeballs