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Are we overloaded with open source licenses? We consider a simpler future. Results from the Debian init vote are in, and why Amazon's new open source project might be worth checking out.
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It's our annual predictions episode. We review how we did in 2019, and then set out to predict what we think will happen in 2020.
We review the major moments of the year's news, and discuss how they impacted our world.
Canonical releases a "mini-clould" on your workstation, the KDE ecosystem has some big news, and the smart home might have just become more open.
The first desktop Office 365 app arrives, Ubuntu commits to current and future Raspberry Pi boards, and why the near-term future of Linux gaming looks a bit rocky.
Ubuntu Pro is a click away, and their kernel goes rolling on AWS. We process the range of announcements, while Mozilla cranks up the security and impresses us with DeepSpeech.
We share Mozilla's concerns over Contract for the Web, and try out Kali Linux's new tricks.
Google, Mozilla, and GitLab make serious upgrades to their bug bounty programs, insights into Debian's renewed systemd debate, and how Microsoft and IBM are working together to fight patent trolls.
Docker's surprising news, new nasty Intel vulnerabilities, and why Brave 1.0 changes the game.
Google steps up support for older Chromebooks, Microsoft Edge is coming to Linux, and the App Defense Alliance teams up to fight Android malware.