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Changelog Master Feed
Maintenance in the open (Go Time #207)

Changelog Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 68:22


Open Source and other source available projects have been a huge driver of progress in our industry, but building and maintaining an open source project is about a lot more than just writing the initial code and putting together a good README. On this episode of the maintenance mini-series, we'll be discussing open source and the maintenance required to keep it going.

Sudo Show
39: Open Source Datacenter

Sudo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 49:42


Eric and Brandon talk about RHEL 8.5 and RHEL 9 Beta and talk about some interesting tools for managing your datacenter and IT assets. Destination Linux Network (https://destinationlinux.network) Sudo Show Website (https://sudo.show) Sponsor: Bitwarden (https://bitwarden.com/dln) Sponsor: Digital Ocean (https://do.co/dln) Sudo Show Swag (https://sudo.show/swag) Contact Us: DLN Discourse (https://sudo.show/discuss) Email Us! (mailto:contact@sudo.show) Sudo Matrix Room (https://sudo.show/matrix) Follow our Hosts: Brandon's Website (https://open-tech.net) Brandon's GitHub (https://github.com/dbrandonjohnson) Brandon's Gitlab (https://gitlab.com/sudoshow) Eric's Website (https://itguyeric.com) Red Hat Streaming (https://www.redhat.com/en/livestreaming) Asset Management https://snipeitapp.com/ CMDB (Content Management Database) https://www.cmdbuild.org OS Ticket (can be morphed into it added it because it is a widely used solution) https://osticket.org IPAM/DCIM (IP Address Management and Datacenter Infrastructure Management) https://github.com/netbox-community/netbox Chapters 00:00 Intro 00:42 Welcome 02:00 Sponsor: Bitwarden 03:02 Sponsor: Digital Ocean 04:10 RHEL 8.5 and 9 Beta 21:18 Snipit Asset Management 33:56 CMDB Build 36:11 OSTicket 37:44 Netbox 46:55 Call to Action 48:20 Wrap Up

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report
The Cipher Brief Open Source Report for Wednesday, Nov 24, 2021

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 12:25


Former CIA officer accused of spying for Qatar in new report; US invites Taiwan to 'Summit for Democracy' and draws sharp rebuke from Beijing; Wall Street Journal report outlines major law enforcement success using surveillance on encrypted messaging service; Apple files lawsuit against NSO Group; Russia accuses US of practicing nuclear strike against Russia while Ukraine conducts air strike practice on simulated Black Sea targets; China attempts to shore up relations among ASEAN in nuclear talks; Ethiopia's PM takes command of combat operations.  

Ardan Labs Podcast
Open Source, Internet Security, and Nature with Matt Holt

Ardan Labs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 75:37


Matt Holt is the creator of popular open source projects like Caddy Web Server, CertMagic, PapaParse, & others. If you've ever wondered what it would be like to maintain open source projects full-time, Matt is the man to speak with. We learn how he came up with the idea for Caddy, how it works, and the pro's and con's of building a sustainable an open source project. Want to show your support for Caddy? Become a sponsor on GitHub!Connect with Matt:https://twitter.com/mholt6https://github.com/mholtMentioned in today's episode:https://github.com/caddyserver/caddyhttps://caddy.community https://www.amazon.com/PHP-MySQL-Development-Luke-Welling/dp/0672317842https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Automated_Certificate_Management_Environment https://github.com/mholt/timelinerWant more from Ardan Labs?You can learn Go, Kubernetes, Docker & more through our video training, live events, or through our blog!

Epicenter - Learn about Blockchain, Ethereum, Bitcoin and Distributed Technologies

Avalanche is an open, scalable, and secure smart contracts platform. It targets three broad use cases; building application-specific blockchains, building and launching highly scalable decentralized applications (dapps), and building arbitrarily complex digital assets with custom rules, covenants, and riders (smart assets). It prides itself off on being blazingly fast, low cost, and eco-friendly.Emin Gün Sirer is the Founder & CEO of the Avalanche network. He is also a long time friend of the show, and joined us again for the 4th time after a 5 year break to share his journey since then, which led him to creating Avalanche. We also dove deep into the technical aspects of the protocol and how it fits into the blockchain ecosystem as a whole.Topics covered in this episode:Gun's journey over the past 5 years which led him to creating AvalancheThe unique features and trade-offs in the protocolA deep dive into bridging within AvalancheMEV extraction within the protocolAvalanche consensus - reliance on seed anchorsEpisode links:Episode 76 - From Selfish Miners to The Miner's DilemmaEpisode 103 - Bitcoin-NG – Scientists Versus the ChurchEp 134 - On a Rocky DAOAvalancheAva LabsAvalanche on TwitterGun on TwitterSponsors:Chorus One: Chorus One runs validators on cutting edge Proof of Stake networks such as Cosmos, Solana, Celo, Polkadot and Oasis. - https://epicenter.rocks/chorusoneParaSwap: ParaSwap aggregates all major DEXs and makes sure you beat the market price at every single swap and with the lowest slippage - paraswap.io/epicenterThis episode is hosted by Brian Fabian Crain & Meher Roy. Show notes and listening options: epicenter.tv/419

The Trusted Web Podcast
Social Media and Trust with Amy Mitchell, Director, Journalism Research, Pew Research Center

The Trusted Web Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 18:16


Amy Mitchell is director of journalism research at Pew Research Center. She is responsible for the Center's research related to news and information, including how the public accesses, engages with and creates news, what news organizations are providing and how technology is changing all of these elements. Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping the world.In this conversation we explore the impact of people relying on social media as their primary news source. Tune in as we discuss private social media spaces, the rejection of major media outlets, and some key insights from the Pew Research Center's latest research.For full show notes visit https://thetrustedweb.org/podcast/.

DLN Xtend
84: Sizing Up Smartphones | DLN Xtend

DLN Xtend

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 41:42


On this episode of DLN Xtend we discuss what we look for in a smartphone. Welcome to episode 84 of DLN Xtend. DLN Xtend is a community powered podcast. We take conversations from the DLN Community from places like the DLN Discourse Forums, Telegram group, Discord server and more. We also take topics from other shows around the network to give our takes. 00:00 Introduction 10:08 Topic - Smartphone Chat 34:43 Host Related Interest 39:42 Wrap Up 41:27 Extra Main Topic Links - DASGeek - https://youtu.be/y0N7Rz1-W6E - https://youtu.be/gEC4tfgUO0 - Hardware Addicts - https://youtu.be/eiAd843EvPY - DLN Xtend - https://youtu.be/uFoC01lpzM Matt - Fury Unleashed - https://store.steampowered.com/app/465200/Fury_Unleashed/ - Game Sphere 10 - https://youtu.be/cJ29ZMfpXtY Wendy - Silence - https://store.steampowered.com/app/314790/Silence/ - The Whispered World - https://store.steampowered.com/app/268540/TheWhisperedWorldSpecialEdition/ Charity Event - https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/12-13-21-24-hour-charity-stream-for-st-jude-children-hospital/4416 Contact info Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (Mastodon @WendyDLN) Nate (Website CubicleNate.com)

DevOps Paradox
DOP 134: The True Cost of Open Source

DevOps Paradox

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 24:42


#134: In this episode, we attempt to answer the following question from Karan: "How do you make a case to your organization to embrace open source, especially if it has historically favored big vendor-supported tools?" We discuss not only the money aspect, but a number of other items that might make you think twice before deciding on choosing open source.   YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/devopsparadox/   Books and Courses: Catalog, Patterns, And Blueprints https://www.devopstoolkitseries.com/posts/catalog/   Kubernetes Chaos Engineering With Chaos Toolkit And Istio https://www.devopstoolkitseries.com/posts/chaos/   Canary Deployments To Kubernetes Using Istio and Friends https://www.devopstoolkitseries.com/posts/canary/   Review the podcast on Apple Podcasts: https://www.devopsparadox.com/review-podcast/   Slack: https://www.devopsparadox.com/slack/   Connect with us at: https://www.devopsparadox.com/contact/

The Reset Podcast
Episode 226: Making Meaningful Change with Tristen Norman.

The Reset Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 46:07


In today's awesome episode I get to chat with Tristen Norman Head of Creative Insights at Getty Images. We talk about her life, and how she is always going to be the best at whatever she does. We talk about how she got to a creative spot even without a heavy art background. We define what insights are for a company. We talk about 8 different lenses of identity to help not stereotype in visuals. Tristen's amazing view on leaving a place better than she had found it has led to her helping out in DEI in all of her areas of work, even without having an official role in DEI. Tristen would like you to check out the podcast Women at Work. https://hbr.org/2018/01/podcast-women-at-work Check out the Open Source research done by Getty and Citi: https://custom.gettyimages.com/deitoolkit/p/1 Connect with her on LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tristennorman/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-reset-podcast/support

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report
The Cipher Brief Open Source Report for Tue, Nov 23, 2021

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 5:53


How to Fix the Internet
The Revolution Will Be Open Source

How to Fix the Internet

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 31:13


Open source software touches every piece of technology that touches our lives- in other words, it's everywhere. Free software and collaboration is at the heart of every device we rely on, and much of the internet is built from the hard work of people dedicated to the open source dream: ideals that all software should be licenced to be free, modified, distributed and copied without penalty. The movement is growing, and that growth is creating pressure: from too many projects, and not enough resources. The culture is shifting, too, as new people around the world join in and bring different ideas and different dreams for an open source future. James Vasile has been working in open source software for decades, and he joins Cindy Cohn and Danny O'Brien to talk about the challenges that growth is creating, and the opportunities it presents to make open source, and the Internet, even better. If you have any feedback on this episode, please email podcast@eff.org. Please visit the site page at https://eff.org/pod102 where you'll find resources – including links to important legal cases and research discussed in the podcast and a full transcript of the audio, at This podcast is supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation's Program in Public Understanding of Science and Technology.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Python Bytes
#260 It's brutally simple: made just from pickle and zip

Python Bytes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 48:49


Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by Shortcut - Get started at shortcut.com/pythonbytes Special guest: Chris Patti Brian #1: Using cog to update --help in a Markdown README file Simon Willison I've wanted to have a use case for Ned Batchelder's cog Cog is a utility that looks for specially blocks [[[cog some code ]]] and [[[end]]] These block can be in comments, [HTML_REMOVED] for markdown. When you run cog on a file, it runs the “some code” and puts the output after the middle ]]] and before the [[[end]]]. Simon has come up with an excellent use, running --help and capturing the output for a README.md file for a CLI project. He even wrote a test, pytest of course, to check if the README.md needs updated. Michael #2: An oral history of Bank Python Bank Python implementations are effectively proprietary forks of the entire Python ecosystem which are in use at many (but not all) of the biggest investment banks. The first thing to know about Minerva is that it is built on a global database of Python objects. Barbara is a simple key value store with a hierarchical key space. It's brutally simple: made just from pickle and zip. Applications also commonly store their internal state in Barbara - writing dataclasses straight in and out with only very simple locking and transactions (if any). There is no filesystem available to Minerva scripts and the little bits of data that scripts pick up has to be put into Barbara. Barbara also has some "overlay" features: # connect to multiple rings: keys are 'overlaid' in order of # the provided ring names db = barbara.open("middleoffice;ficc;default") # get /Etc/Something from the 'middleoffice' ring if it exists there, # otherwise try 'ficc' and finally the default ring some_obj = db["/Etc/Something"] Lots of info about modeling with classes (instruments, books, etc) If you understand excel you will be starting to recognize similarities. In Excel, spreadsheets cells are also updated based on their dependencies, also as a directed acyclic graph. Dagger allows people to put their Excel-style modelling calculations into Python, write tests for them, control their versioning without having to mess around with files like CDS-OF-CDS EURO DESK 20180103 Final (final) (2).xlsx. Dagger is a key technology to get financial models out of Excel, into a programming language and under tests and version control. Time to drop a bit of a bombshell: the source code is in Barbara too, not on disk. Remain composed. It's kept in a special Barbara ring called sourcecode. Interesting table structures, like Pandas, but closer to a DB (MnTable) Over time the divergence between Bank Python and Open Source Python grows. Technology churns on both sides, much faster outside than in of course, but they do not get closer. Minerva has its own IDE - no other IDEs work if you keep your source files in a giant global database. What I can't understand is why it contains its own web framework. Investment banks have a one-way approach to open source software: (some of) it can come in, but none of it can go out BTW, I “read” this with naturalreaders app Chris #3: Pyxel Pyxel is a ‘retro gaming console' written in Python! This might seem old and un-shiny, but the restrictions imposed by the environment gift simplicity Vastly decreased learning time and effort compared to something like Unity or even Pygame Straight forward simple commands, just like it was for micro-computers in the 80s cls(), line(), rect(), circ() etc. Pyxel is somewhat more Python and less console than others like PICO-8 or TIC-80 but this is a feature! Use your regular development environment to build. Brian #4: How to Ditch Codecov for Python Projects Hynek Schlawack Codecov is a third party service that checks your coverage output and fails a build if coverage dropped. It's not without issues. Hynek is using coverage.py --fail-under flag in place of this in GitHub actions. It's not as simple as just adding a flag if you are using --parallel to combine coverage for multiple test runs into one report. Hynek is utilizing the coverage output as an artifact for each test, then pulling them all together in a coverage stage combine and check coverage. He provides the snippet of GH Action, and even links to a working workflow file using this process. Nice! Michael #5: tiptop (like glances) via Zach Villers tiptop is a command-line system monitoring tool in the spirit of top. It displays various interesting system stats, graphs it, and works on all operating systems. Really nice visualization for your servers Good candidate for pipx install tiptop Chris #6: pyc64 A Commodore 64 emulator written in pure Python! Not 100% complete - screen drawing is PETSCII character mode only This still allows for a lot of interesting apps & exploration Actual machine emulation using py65 - a pure Python 6502 chip emulator! You can pop to a Python REPL from inside the emulator and examine data structures like memory, registers, etc! An incredible example of what Python is capable of 0.6 Mhz with CPython and over 2Mhz with pypy! Extras Michael: Michael's FlaskCon 2021 HTMX Talk Chris: Amazon OpsTech IT is hiring! (If deemed appropriate :) Joke: I hate how the screens get bright so early this time of year

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report
The Cipher Brief Open Source Report for Monday, Nov 22, 2021

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 8:49


It Could Happen Here
Open Source Verification

It Could Happen Here

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 55:58


Garrison walks us through how they identified Rittenhouse the night of the Kenosha shooting and gives tips for starting open source verification. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

yegor256 podcast
M182: Open source products are made by young and hungry

yegor256 podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 10:34


When you are young and hungry for attention, you make open source products. They give you appreciation and recognition faster than anything else. When you grow up and become known for the products you created earlier, you lose interest in open source and give space to next-generation attention seekers. Thus, let's appreciate their work to keep new products coming. The video is here: https://youtu.be/eyx69afklkY

Health Hats, the Podcast
Family: Open Heart, Unconditional Love, Boundaries #149

Health Hats, the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 31:12


My son. Mike, died 19 years ago, age 26. Wasn't born with a tattoo telling him how long he had to live. Blood, married, intentional families. Love & boundaries. Blog subscribers: Listen to the podcast here. Scroll down through show notes to read the post. Subscribe to Health Hats, the Podcast, on your favorite podcast player Please support my podcast. CONTRIBUTE HERE Episode Notes Prefer to read, experience impaired hearing or deafness? Find FULL TRANSCRIPT at the end of the other show notes or download the printable transcript here Contents with Time-Stamped Headings to listen where you want to listen or read where you want to read (heading. time on podcast xx:xx. page # on the transcript) Proem 2021. 1 Open Hearts 2018 03:27. 1 Love myself 2002 04:43. 2 He met a girl 2018 09:50. 3 Birthday wishes for the old guy 2002 11:44. 3 Spiritual health 2018 12:40. 4 Lifetime warranty 2018 17:19. 4 Not personalizing death 2018 19:32. 5 Leave me a sign 2018 27:53. 6 Reflection 2020 30:00  7 Please comments and ask questions at the comment section at the bottom of the show notes on LinkedIn via email DM on Instagram or Twitter to @healthhats Credits Music by permission from Joey van Leeuwen, Boston Drummer, Composer, Arranger Sponsored by Abridge Thanks to these fine people who inspired me for this episode: Robert Doherty, Simon and Ruben van Leeuwen, Ann Boland, Anica Madeo, Andrea Condit, India Duncan, Lenore Nowicky Links Related podcasts and blogs https://health-hats.com/superpower-accepting-what-is-1-99/ https://health-hats.com/best-spiritual-health-dying/ https://health-hats.com/pod138/   About the Show Welcome to Health Hats, learning on the journey toward best health. I am Danny van Leeuwen, a two-legged, old, cisgender, white man with privilege, living in a food oasis, who can afford many hats and knows a little about a lot of healthcare and a lot about very little. Most people wear hats one at a time, but I wear them all at once. We will listen and learn about what it takes to adjust to life's realities in the awesome circus of healthcare. Let's make some sense of all this. To subscribe go to https://health-hats.com/ Creative Commons Licensing The material found on this website created by me is Open Source and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. Anyone may use the material (written, audio, or video) freely at no charge. Please cite the source as: ‘From Danny van Leeuwen, Health Hats. (including the link to my website). I welcome edits and improvements. Please let me know. danny@health-hats.com. The material on this site created by others is theirs and use follows their guidelines. The Show Proem 2021 I wasn't born with a tattoo on my ass telling me how long I have to live. Welcome to the third anniversary of Health Hats, the Podcast, episode number 149. On November 15th, 2018, the first episode honored my son, Mike Funk, who died on November 18th, 2002, nineteen years ago, age 26, of metastatic melanoma. Mike, a wise poet, found his best spiritual health in that last year of his life. Hence, the most memorable sentence in my life. I wasn't born with a tattoo on my ass telling me how long I have to live.  I'm grateful to have known Mike, my son, our brother, our friend. I resurrect this episode to celebrate Mike and celebrate family – blood family, married family, intentional family. Mike was part of our intentional family. He was our son from other parents. Mike and I mused often about family especially in his final year. As you can imagine his intense feelings about his blood family and his intentional family colored those conversations. Ever the poet, we talked about the challenge of family as unconditional love, especially when you've been treated badly, neglected, abused, and left. We spoke about boundaries, unconditional love with boundaries, standing up for yourself,

Changelog Master Feed
Shopify's vision for the future of commerce (The Changelog #469)

Changelog Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 72:25


Today we're joined by Ilya Grigorik to talk about Shopify's developer preview release of Hydrogen and the preview release of Oxygen which is in early access preview with select merchants on Shopify. Hydrogen is their React framework for dynamic, contextual, and personalized e-commerce. And Oxygen is Shopify's hosted V8 JavaScript worker runtime that leverages all of their platform with the hope of scaling millions of storefronts. We cover what developers can expect from the Hydrogen framework, Shopify's big bet on React Server Components, the future of Shopify at scale with Hydrogen powered by Oxygen, and a world where merchants never have to think about the complexities of scaling infrastructure.

The Changelog
Shopify's vision for the future of commerce

The Changelog

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 72:25


Today we're joined by Ilya Grigorik to talk about Shopify's developer preview release of Hydrogen and the preview release of Oxygen which is in early access preview with select merchants on Shopify. Hydrogen is their React framework for dynamic, contextual, and personalized e-commerce. And Oxygen is Shopify's hosted V8 JavaScript worker runtime that leverages all of their platform with the hope of scaling millions of storefronts. We cover what developers can expect from the Hydrogen framework, Shopify's big bet on React Server Components, the future of Shopify at scale with Hydrogen powered by Oxygen, and a world where merchants never have to think about the complexities of scaling infrastructure.

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report
The Cipher Brief Open Source Report for Fri, Nov 19, 2021

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 10:09


In this episode: US charges two Iranians with waging a sophisticated campaign to disrupt the 2020 US presidential election; Biden says he may boycott Beijing Olympics just days after summit with Xi; US Army says get vaccinated or get out; Britain will designate entire Hamas organization as terrorist entity; China using maritime militia of 300 vessels to dominate South China Sea. 

Reality 2.0
Episode 92: The DIY Episode

Reality 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 54:41


Doc Searls, Katherine Druckman, Shawn Powers, and Kyle Rankin talk right to repair Apple devices, cocktails, and our nerdy hobbies. Reality 2.0 around the web: Site/Blog/Newsletter (https://www.reality2cast.com) FaceBook (https://www.facebook.com/reality2cast) Twitter (https://twitter.com/reality2cast) YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdvdT3quikpi9sd5SxTGk3Q) Mastodon (https://linuxrocks.online/@reality2cast) Special Guests: Kyle Rankin and Shawn Powers.

Changelog Master Feed
Eventually consistent (managing data at scale) (Go Time #206)

Changelog Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 66:41


Tiago Mendes joins Mat, Jon, and Johnny to discuss eventual consistency and strategies for changing data at scale.

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report
The Cipher Brief Open Source Report for Thu, Nov 18, 2021

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 9:37


In this episode: The US-China Economic and Security Review Commission urges congress to enact tougher policy on China; Belarus says it is sending busses to move migrants away from the border with Poland while the Russian military announces the deployment of an elite military regiment to the Crimean peninsula.  

BSD Now
429: Advanced ZFS Snapshots

BSD Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 39:04


FreeBSD Foundation October Fundraising Update, Advanced ZFS Snapshots, Full WireGuard setup with OpenBSD, MidnightBSD a Linux Alternative, FreeBSD Audio, Tuning Power Consumption on FreeBSD Laptops, Thoughts on Spelling Fixes, and more. NOTES This episode of BSDNow is brought to you by Tarsnap (https://www.tarsnap.com/bsdnow) and the BSDNow Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/bsdnow) Headlines FreeBSD Foundation October 2021 Fundraising Update (https://freebsdfoundation.org/blog/freebsd-foundation-october-2021-fundraising-update/) Advanced ZFS Snapshots (https://klarasystems.com/articles/advanced-zfs-snapshots/) News Roundup Full WireGuard setup with OpenBSD (https://dataswamp.org/~solene/2021-10-09-openbsd-wireguard-exit.html) MidnightBSD a Linux Alternative (https://www.makeuseof.com/midnightbsd-linux-desktop-alternative/) FreeBSD Audio (https://meka.rs/blog/2021/10/12/freebsd-audio/) Tuning Power Consumption on FreeBSD Laptops and Intel Speed Shift (6th Gen and Later) (https://www.neelc.org/posts/freebsd-speed-shift-laptop/) Some Thoughts on Spelling Fixes (http://bsdimp.blogspot.com/2021/10/spelling-fixes-some-advice.html) Tarsnap This weeks episode of BSDNow was sponsored by our friends at Tarsnap, the only secure online backup you can trust your data to. Even paranoids need backups. Feedback/Questions Bens feedback to Benedict's feedback to Bens question about zpoolboy (https://github.com/BSDNow/bsdnow.tv/blob/master/episodes/429/feedback/Bens%20feedback%20to%20Benedicts%20feedback%20to%20Bens%20question%20about%20zpoolboy.md) hcddbz - Old Technical Books (https://github.com/BSDNow/bsdnow.tv/blob/master/episodes/429/feedback/hcddbz%20-%20Old%20Technical%20Books.md) jason - a jails question (https://github.com/BSDNow/bsdnow.tv/blob/master/episodes/429/feedback/jason%20-%20a%20jails%20question.md) *** Send questions, comments, show ideas/topics, or stories you want mentioned on the show to feedback@bsdnow.tv (mailto:feedback@bsdnow.tv) ***

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report
The Cipher Brief Open Source Report for Wed, Nov 17, 2021

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 11:13


In this episode: China is US Intel Community's hardest target; Travel ban on Nicaraguan officials; EU seeks to bolster military capability by 2025; Facebook says Pakistani group tracked Afghan government officials' mobile devices during Taliban offensive.  

DLN Xtend
83: Linux of the Future | DLN Xtend

DLN Xtend

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 53:38


On this episode of DLN Xtend we discuss the next generation of Linux users. Welcome to episode 83 of DLN Xtend. DLN Xtend is a community powered podcast. We take conversations from the DLN Community from places like the DLN Discourse Forums, Telegram group, Discord server and more. We also take topics from other shows around the network to give our takes. 00:00 Introduction 11:51 Topic - Linux of the Future 37:19 Host Related Interest 52:09 Wrap Up Wendy - Phone Search Matt - Game Sword and Fairy 7 - https://store.steampowered.com/app/1543030/SwordandFairy_7/ - Charity Event - https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/12-13-21-24-hour-charity-stream-for-st-jude-children-hospital/4416 Nate - Virtual 3-way switch Contact info Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (Mastodon @WendyDLN) Nate (Website CubicleNate.com)

Epicenter - Learn about Blockchain, Ethereum, Bitcoin and Distributed Technologies

Solana has pursued the vision of a single, fast and scalable blockchain from the start. Today, it has become one of the fastest growing ecosystems in crypto with hundreds of projects spanning DeFi, NFTs, Web3, and more.Last week 2,000 attendees descended on Lisbon for the first-ever Solana conference, Breakpoint. We caught up with Co-founder and CEO Anatoly Yakovenko at the event for a chat about the Solana journey and some of the most important questions they are facing today around decentralization, scalability, governance, and MEV.Topics covered in this episode:Solana's origin story and thesisThe current state of SolanaWhat censorship resistance is and why it mattersSolana's bottlenecks and remaining scaling challengesAnatoly's views on governanceSolana and Miner Extractable Value (MEV)Rollups as an Ethereum scaling solutionMarket and adoption cycleEpisode links:Episode 312 with AnatolyBreakpointSolana on TwitterAnatoly on TwitterSponsors:CowSwap: CowSwap is a Meta-Dex Aggregator built by Gnosis. It taps into all on-chain liquidity - including other dex aggregators such as Paraswap, 1inch and Matcha - offering the best prices on all trades. It provides some UX perks (no gas costs for failed transactions!) and protects traders against MEV. - https://epicenter.rocks/cowswapThis episode is hosted by Brian Fabian Crain. Show notes and listening options: epicenter.tv/418

Python Bytes
#259 That argument is a little late-bound

Python Bytes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 47:24


Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by Shortcut - Get started at shortcut.com/pythonbytes Special guest: Renee Teate Michael #1: pypi-changes via Brian Skinn, created by Bernát Gábor Visually show you which dependencies in an environment are out of date. See the age of everything you depend upon. Also, shoutout again to pipdeptree Brian #2: Late-bound argument defaults for Python Default values for arguments to functions are evaluated at function definition time. If a value is a short expression that uses a variable, that variable is in the scope of the function definition. The expression cannot use other arguments. Example of what you cannot do: def foo(a, b = None, c = len(a)): ... There's a proposal by Chris Angelico to add a =: operator for late default evaluation. syntax still up in the air. => and ?= also discussed However, it's non-trivial to add syntax to an established language, and this article notes: At first blush, Angelico's idea to fix this "wart" in Python seems fairly straightforward, but the discussion has shown that there are multiple facets to consider. It is not quite as simple as "let's add a way to evaluate default arguments when the function is called"—likely how it was seen at the outset. That is often the case when looking at new features for an established language like Python; there is a huge body of code that needs to stay working, but there are also, sometimes conflicting, aspirations for features that could be added. It is a tricky balancing act. Renee #3: pandas.read_sql Since I wrote my book SQL for Data Scientists, I've gotten several questions about how I use SQL in my python scripts. It's really simple: You can save your SQL as a text file and then import the dataset into a pandas dataframe to do the rest of my data cleaning, feature engineering, etc. Pandas has a built-in way to use SQL as a data source. You set up a connection to your database using another package like SQL Alchemy, then send the SQL string and the connection to the pandas.read_sql function. It returns a dataframe with the results of your query. Michael #4: pyjion by Anthony Shaw Pyjion is a JIT for Python based upon CoreCLR Check out live.trypyjion.com *to see it in action.* Requires Python 3.10, .NET Core 6 Enable with just a couple of lines: >>> import pyjion >>> pyjion.enable() Brian #5: Tips for debugging with print() Adam Johnson 7 tips altogether, but I'll highlight a few I loved reading about Debug variables with f-strings and = print(f``"``{myvar=}``") Saves typing over print(f``"``myvar={myvar}") with the same result Make output “pop” with emoji (Brilliant!) print("

LINUX Unplugged
432: Three Tumbleweed Temptations

LINUX Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 62:32


Can we live with openSUSE Tumbleweed? We try three different builds and prepare ourselves for our journey into SUSE land. Our setups, what we liked, and what we still need to figure out.

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report
The Cipher Brief Open Source Report for Tue, Nov 16, 2021

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 11:27


In this episode: A big news day.  Reports suggest no surprises from Biden-Xi summit though both sides touched on a number of areas of tension; Russia destroys a space satellite and draws sharp condemnation from US as France warns Russia on Ukraine saying that NATO is prepared to defend Ukraine's territorial integrity.  

SuperDataScience
SDS 523: Open-Source Analytical Computing (pandas, Apache Arrow)

SuperDataScience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 87:35


Wes McKinney joins us to discuss the history and philosophy of pandas and Apache Arrow as well as his continued work in open source tools. In this episode you will learn: • History of pandas [7:29] • The trends of R and Python [23:33] • Python for Data Analysis [25:58] • pandas updates and community [30:10] • Apache Arrow [41:50] • Voltron Data [55:10] • Origin of Wes's project names [1:08:14] • Wes's favorite tools [1:09:46] • Audience Q&A [1:15:34] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/523

Thinking Elixir Podcast
Elixir at Supabase with Paul Copplestone

Thinking Elixir Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 45:04


We talk with Paul Copplestone, founder and CEO of Supabase. Supabase leverages the power of Elixir, Postgres, and more to create an OpenSource Firebase alternative that brings these powers to the Jamstack community. We cover TechCrunch's coverage of their funding and how Paul considers Supabase as “the easiest way to use Postgres”. They offer a row-level security feature and we dig in to understand that. We go deeper on how an OpenSource company got VC funding and how their business model works. Paul shares how Elixir, Phoenix and PubSub solve some hard problems that other ecosystems just don't handle and how Supabase helps those other communities get some of those benefits using the tools they already selected. Some interesting features are that you can self-host if you want, swap out different components, and the permissive licenses. It really seems to embody the OSS ethos. Great to learn about another company using Elixir to create a lot of business value! Show Notes online - https://thinkingelixir.com/podcast-episodes/073-elixir-at-supabase-with-paul-copplestone

ChinaEconTalk
6th Plenum: Open Source CCP

ChinaEconTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 50:44


What does the 6th Plenum communique tell us about where Xi wants to take China? What can you learn by reading the People's Daily daily and writing a substack on it? And how would you design a course to learn how to read the CCP?To discuss, Manoj Kewalramani (@theChinaDude) of the https://trackingpeoplesdaily.substack.com/ and https://manojkewalramani.substack.com/ newsletters, joins to discuss.For an ad-free feed, please consider supporting ChinaTalk at Patreon.com/chinatalkOuttro music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3m1Uf1hbrxU Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

ChinaTalk
6th Plenum: Open Source CCP

ChinaTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 50:44


What does the 6th Plenum communique tell us about where Xi wants to take China? What can you learn by reading the People's Daily daily and writing a substack on it? And how would you design a course to learn how to read the CCP?To discuss, Manoj Kewalramani (@theChinaDude) of the https://trackingpeoplesdaily.substack.com/ and https://manojkewalramani.substack.com/ newsletters, joins to discuss.For an ad-free feed, please consider supporting ChinaTalk at Patreon.com/chinatalkOuttro music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3m1Uf1hbrxU Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

QualiFYI
QualiFYI Ep. 10 - Facebook Solution Architect Talks Telecom Infra Project

QualiFYI

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 5:53


In this episode, Jaspreet Sachdev discusses the Telecom Infra Project, his passion for open-source technology, and how TIP aims to bring connectivity to underserved communities around the world.

Health Hats, the Podcast
Continuously Learn What Works #148

Health Hats, the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 12:52


These three stories, my doctor and me, equity in health systems, care of children with severe heart problems, all contain a problem desperately needing fixing, choices – some based as research, others not – some action taken or no action. How can we continually learn from experience, share that cumulative experience to inform future choice-making and action? Blog subscribers: Listen to the podcast here. Scroll down through show notes to read the post. Please support my podcast. CONTRIBUTE HERE Episode Notes Prefer to read, experience impaired hearing or deafness? Find FULL TRANSCRIPT at the end of the other show notes or download the printable transcript here Contents with Time-Stamped Headings to listen where you want to listen or read where you want to read (heading. time on podcast xx:xx. page # on the transcript) Proem.. 1 Underwhelming response to brilliance 03:41. 1 Pitches, no home runs 05:26. 2 Invoke curiosity without commitment 8:47. 2 Reflection 11:00. 3 Please comments and ask questions at the comment section at the bottom of the show notes on LinkedIn via email DM on Instagram or Twitter to @healthhats Credits Music, Mou's Blues by permission from Joey van Leeuwen, Boston Drummer, Composer, Arranger Web/social media coach, Kayla Nelson Inspired by and grateful to Amy Price, Duane Reynolds, Matthew Hudson, Laura Marcial, Melissa Reynolds Sponsored by Abridge Support Health Hats, the Podcast financially Links A framework for value-creating learning health systems AHRQ About Learning Health Systems Pregnancy and Fibromyalgia by Melissa Reynolds   Related podcasts and blogs https://health-hats.com/accessible-yoga-honor-your-body/ https://health-hats.com/everyone-included-research/ https://health-hats.com/hardwiring-continual-learning/ About the Show Welcome to Health Hats, learning on the journey toward best health. I am Danny van Leeuwen, a two-legged, old, cisgender, white man with privilege, living in a food oasis, who can afford many hats and knows a little about a lot of healthcare and a lot about very little. Most people wear hats one at a time, but I wear them all at once. We will listen and learn about what it takes to adjust to life's realities in the awesome circus of healthcare. Let's make some sense of all this. To subscribe go to https://health-hats.com/ Creative Commons Licensing The material found on this website created by me is Open Source and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. Anyone may use the material (written, audio, or video) freely at no charge. Please cite the source as: ‘From Danny van Leeuwen, Health Hats. (including the link to my website). I welcome edits and improvements. Please let me know. danny@health-hats.com. The material on this site created by others is theirs and use follows their guidelines. The Show Proem When first diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, my neurologist told me he was expert in treating groups of people (populations) with MS, but he didn't know crap about me. His job was to learn about me, and my job was to learn about MS. I shared what was important to me in my life, and he taught me about MS and treatments. We slowly learned what worked for me in care and treatment and what didn't and re-examine year after year. In last week's podcast episode, we chatted with Duane Reynolds from the Just Health Collaborative. He guides health systems in creating cultures of belonging, enabling a fair and just opportunity for everyone to achieve optimal health. I wonder what worked and what didn't among the interventions his clients tried? When I worked at Boston Children's Hospital, I was fascinated by their Cardiology Department's  Standardized Clinical Assessment And Management Plans (SCAMPs) to promote, not require, care standardization. SCAMPs “offered a clinician-designed approach to promoting care standardization that accommodates patients'...

The Changelog
1Password is all in on its web stack

The Changelog

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 73:55


This week we're bringing JS Party to The Changelog — Mitch and Andrew from the 1Password team talk with Amal and Nick about the company's transition to Electron and web technologies, and how the company utilized its existing web stack to shape the future of its desktop experience.

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report
The Cipher Brief Open Source Report for Fri, Nov 12, 2021

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 7:15


In this episode: US Vice President Kamala Harris says the United States is ‘very concerned' and closely monitoring the situation in Belarus and that Alexander Lukashenko is engaged in 'troubling activities'.  

Linux For Everyone
Episode 56: Nicco Loves KDE

Linux For Everyone

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 82:34


Please welcome our very special guest Niccolò "Nicco" Venerandi! Nicco is KDE's Consistency Goalkeeper, and joins us to discuss what it's like working with the KDE team, as well as offering his own unique take on a topic that's making big waves in the Linux community: System76 allegedly ditching GNOME and developing its own desktop for Pop OS. There's lots of software picks, updates on our passion projects (like Games For Everyone (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbRPZ11S1quJ4ESoj42A3ug) launching!) and a ton of KDE love. THANKS TO LINODE FOR SPONSORING THIS EPISODE! GO TO WWW.LINODE.COM/LINUXFOREVERYONE TO GET A $100 60-DAY CREDIT FOR YOUR NEXT AWESOME LINUX PROJECT. Special Guest: Niccolò Venerandi.

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report
The Cipher Brief Open Source Report for Thursday, Nov 11, 2021

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 11:04


In this episode: All eyes on Belarus, Poland and Ukraine as Blinken warns Russia against a 'rehash' of the 2014 Crimea invasion; More talk of Cold War between China and US as Xi-Biden prepare to talk next week; Chinese Communist Party elevates Xi to highest status in Chinese official history and Iran gets ready to play hard ball at nuclear negotiations.  

Compiler
Why Should You Write Technical Documentation?

Compiler

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 29:45


We've all encountered technical documentation: Readmes, product manuals, and how-to guides, to name a few. Some are good, some are not so good, and some are less than helpful. Open source communities often need more people to write and update their projects' documentation—but it's not an easy task. So why not help out?In this episode of Compiler, we find out why everyone should write at least a little bit of technical documentation. We speak to people who contributed to documentation to help, to learn, and even to start their careers in open source.If you want to get involved with Fedora—technical writing included—check out whatcanidoforfedora.org.

BSD Now
428: Cult of BSD

BSD Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 54:21


OpenBSD Part 1: How it all started, Explaining top(1) on FreeBSD, Measuring power efficiency of a CPU frequency scheduler on OpenBSD, CultBSD, a whole lot of BSD bits, and more. NOTES This episode of BSDNow is brought to you by Tarsnap (https://www.tarsnap.com/bsdnow) and the BSDNow Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/bsdnow) Headlines What every IT person needs to know about OpenBSD Part 1: How it all started (https://blog.apnic.net/2021/10/28/openbsd-part-1-how-it-all-started/) Explaining top(1) on FreeBSD (https://klarasystems.com/articles/explaining-top1-on-freebsd/) News Roundup Measuring power efficiency of a CPU frequency scheduler on OpenBSD (https://dataswamp.org/~solene/2021-09-26-openbsd-power-usage.html) CultBSD (https://sourceforge.net/projects/cult-bsd/) Beastie Bits • [OpenBSD on the HiFive Unmatched](https://kernelpanic.life/hardware/hifive-unmatched.html) • [Advanced Documentation Retrieval on FreeBSD](https://adventurist.me/posts/00306) • [OpenBSD Webzine Issue 3 is out](https://webzine.puffy.cafe/issue-3.html) • [How to connect and use Bluetooth headphones on FreeBSD](https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/bluetooth-audio-how-to-connect-and-use-bluetooth-headphones-on-freebsd.82671/) • [How To: Execute Firefox in a jail using iocage and ssh/jailme](https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/how-to-execute-firefox-in-a-jail-using-iocage-and-ssh-jailme.53362/) • [Understanding AWK](https://earthly.dev/blog/awk-examples/) • [“Domesticate Your Badgers” Kickstarter Opens](https://mwl.io/archives/13297) • [Bootstrap an OPNsense development environment in Vagrant](https://github.com/punktDe/vagrant-opnsense) • [VLANs Bridges and LAG Interface best practice questions](https://www.truenas.com/community/threads/vlans-bridges-and-lag-interface-best-practice-questions.93275/) • [A Console Desktop](https://pspodcasting.net/dan/blog/2018/console_desktop.html) • [CharmBUG Casual BSD Meetup and Games (Online)](https://www.meetup.com/CharmBUG/events/281822524) Tarsnap This weeks episode of BSDNow was sponsored by our friends at Tarsnap, the only secure online backup you can trust your data to. Even paranoids need backups. Feedback/Questions Dan - ZFS question (https://github.com/BSDNow/bsdnow.tv/blob/master/episodes/428/feedback/Dan%20-%20ZFS%20question.md) Lars - Thanks for the interview (https://github.com/BSDNow/bsdnow.tv/blob/master/episodes/428/feedback/Lars%20-%20Thanks%20for%20the%20interview.md) jesse - migrating data from old laptop (https://github.com/BSDNow/bsdnow.tv/blob/master/episodes/428/feedback/jesse%20-%20migrating%20data%20from%20old%20laptop.md) *** Send questions, comments, show ideas/topics, or stories you want mentioned on the show to feedback@bsdnow.tv (mailto:feedback@bsdnow.tv) ***

Python Bytes
#258 Python built us an anime dog!

Python Bytes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 43:09


Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by Shortcut - Get started at shortcut.com/pythonbytes Special guest: Karen Dalton Brian #1: stale : github bot to “Close Stale Issues and PRs” Was one response to a question by Will McGugan Something like “An issue filed on an open source project, I've asked a followup question about the issue, and filer doesn't respond. Is there an easy way to close the issue after a set time period of inactivity.” Just trying to get a reference to Will out of the way early in the episode. stale does this: Warns and then closes issues and PRs that have had no activity for a specified amount of time. The configuration must be on the default branch and the default values will: Add a label "Stale" on issues and pull requests after 60 days of inactivity and comment on them Close the stale issues and pull requests after 7 days of inactivity If an update/comment occur on stale issues or pull requests, the stale label will be removed and the timer will restart If defaults seem too short or harsh, everything is configurable Michael #2: jut - JUpyter notebook Terminal viewer via kidpixo The command line tool view the IPython/Jupyter notebook in the terminal. Even works against remote ipynb files (via http) Karen #3: JupyterLyte via Marcel Milcent @MarcelMilcent JupyterLite is a JupyterLab distribution that runs entirely in the browser and is interactive Built from using JupyterLab components and extensions Being developed by core Jupyter developers, but the project is still unofficial Example: https://jupyterlite.readthedocs.io/en/latest/_static/lab/index.html Offers JupyterLab or RetroLab (a.k.a JupyterLab Classic) look No application server required, cacheable Try "import this"! Brian #4: Feature comparison of ack, ag, git-grep, GNU grep and ripgrep ack now, supplies are limited! Tangent for those unfamiliar with grep grep is an essential tool for many developers that prints lines that match a pattern grep foo *.py - list all lines containing “foo” in this directory grep -l foo **/*.py | grep -v venv **``*/**``.py Recursively find all Python files this directory and all subdirectories -l Print just the name of the file if it contains a “foo” in it. | grep -v venv Exclude virtual environments, because there's a lot of “foo” in there. (There's gotta be a better way to do this, someone suggest a better way, please). Article compares ack, ag “The silver Searcher”, git-grep, grep, and rg “ripgrep” Language, Licence, and regex versions Features like parallelism, config, etc. Fine grain feature comparisons searching capability regular expression style search output file presentation file finding inclusion, exclusion file type specification random other features This is on the ack website, and kinda makes my want to try ripgrep. Michael #5: Python Client for Airtable: pyairtable by Gui Talarico What is Airtable? Hmm kind of like: Excel Trello boards CI Pipelines A big player on nocode/lowcode community Check out the quickstart to see how it works. Karen #6: Black can now format notebooks via Marco Gorelli gh: MarcoGorelli (creator of nbQA [isort, pyupgrade, mypy, pylint, flake8, and more on Jupyter Notebooks]) pip install black[jupyter] black mynotebook.ipynb “…it should be significantly more robust than the current third-party tools” Extras Michael Trying a new password manager (sorta): Bitwarden The PSF is looking for an Executive Director Want a person in anime form? Python 3.11.0a2 is out (via PyCoders) Karen Volunteer in your local Python community (or volunteer to speak) Joke:

FLOSS Weekly (MP3)
FLOSS Weekly 655: Open Source and Digital Public Goods - Kosta Peric

FLOSS Weekly (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 63:18


Deputy Director of Financial Services for the Poor at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Kosta Peric sits with Doc Searls and Dan Lynch for a discussion on digital public goods as well as how the cashless future is being pioneered in Africa and other countries around the world. It's a fascinating discussion on the challenges of being unbanked and poor in developing countries and how big tech and the open source community can help solve these problems to grant more financial inclusion for all on this episode of FLOSS Weekly. Hosts: Doc Searls and Dan Lynch Guest: Kosta Peric Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/floss-weekly Think your open source project should be on FLOSS Weekly? Email floss@twit.tv. Thanks to Lullabot's Jeff Robbins, web designer and musician, for our theme music. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsor: Command Line Heroes - FLOSS

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
FLOSS Weekly 655: Open Source and Digital Public Goods

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 63:18


Deputy Director of Financial Services for the Poor at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Kosta Peric sits with Doc Searls and Dan Lynch for a discussion on digital public goods as well as how the cashless future is being pioneered in Africa and other countries around the world. It's a fascinating discussion on the challenges of being unbanked and poor in developing countries and how big tech and the open source community can help solve these problems to grant more financial inclusion for all on this episode of FLOSS Weekly. Hosts: Doc Searls and Dan Lynch Guest: Kosta Peric Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/floss-weekly Think your open source project should be on FLOSS Weekly? Email floss@twit.tv. Thanks to Lullabot's Jeff Robbins, web designer and musician, for our theme music. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsor: Command Line Heroes - FLOSS

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report
The Cipher Brief Open Source Report for Wed, Nov 10, 2021

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 10:36


In this episode: A new report says that the Biden administration is frustrated by intelligence gaps into Beijing; Biden and Xi plan virtual meeting for as soon as next week; New sanctions on Nicaragua expected;Tensions very high along Poland-Belarus border; Israel speeding up military planning for war with Iran and China conducts 'combat readiness patrol' near Taiwan.

The MapScaping Podcast - GIS, Geospatial, Remote Sensing, earth observation and digital geography
A self-contained environment for open source geospatial tools

The MapScaping Podcast - GIS, Geospatial, Remote Sensing, earth observation and digital geography

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 30:56


OSGeoLive is a self-contained bootable DVD, USB thumb drive, or Virtual Machine based on Lubuntu, that allows you to try a wide variety of open source geospatial. It's not just a bunch of open source geospatial tools it's an environment for geospatial tools.   Thanks to Astrid Emde and OSGeo Find out more about OSGeoLive here https://live.osgeo.org/   Remember to Subscribe :)  and Share this podcast with a friend! Learn more at https://mapscaping.com Happy to connect with you on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielodonohue/ Or Twitter https://twitter.com/MapScaping        

DLN Xtend
82: Escaping the Linux Bubble | DLN Xtend

DLN Xtend

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 54:46


On this episode of DLN Xtend we discuss whether people who live in Linux can take criticism from people who do not. Welcome to episode 82 of DLN Xtend. DLN Xtend is a community powered podcast. We take conversations from the DLN Community from places like the DLN Discourse Forums, Telegram group, Discord server and more. We also take topics from other shows around the network to give our takes. 00:00 Introduction 08:34 Topic - LTT's Linux Switch #2 42:17 Host Related Interest 53:52 Wrap Up Nate - PiHole Update Troubles and Solution - https://cubiclenate.com/2021/10/31/pi-hole-update-troubles/ Matt - Silence - https://store.steampowered.com/app/314790/Silence/ - Charity Event - https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/12-13-21-24-hour-charity-stream-for-st-jude-children-hospital/4416 Contact info Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (Mastodon @WendyDLN) Nate (Website CubicleNate.com)

Epicenter - Learn about Blockchain, Ethereum, Bitcoin and Distributed Technologies
Jerry Brito & Peter Van Valkenburgh: Coin Center – The Current US Regulatory Landscape for Crypto

Epicenter - Learn about Blockchain, Ethereum, Bitcoin and Distributed Technologies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 75:23


Coin Center is an independant not-profit research and advocacy organisation focused on the public policy issues that affect cryptocurrencies and open permisionless blockchain networks. Their mission is to build a better understanding of technologies like Ethereum and Bitcoin and to promote a regulatory climate that preserves free speech and privacy.Jerry Brito and Peter Van Valkenburgh joined us for a fascinating chat about the current regulatory landscape in the US and how that might affect the crypto ecosystem going forward.Topics covered in this episode:An overview of Coin CenterHow the political and regulatory has changed in the past 2 years since the release of LibraThe regulatory topics currently impacting the USRansomware and investor protection lawIs the consumer protection force too tough?The Infrastructure BillThe US vs Europe approachThe future of the ecosystemEpisode links:Epicenter Episode 296 with JerryEpicenter Episode 227 with PeterCoin Center on TwitterJerry on TwitterPeter on TwitterSponsors:ParaSwap: ParaSwap aggregates all major DEXs and makes sure you beat the market price at every single swap and with the lowest slippage - paraswap.io/epicenterChorus One: Chorus One runs validators on cutting edge Proof of Stake networks such as Cosmos, Solana, Celo, Polkadot and Oasis. - https://epicenter.rocks/chorusoneThis episode is hosted by Friederike Ernst & Sebastien Couture. Show notes and listening options: epicenter.tv/417

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report
The Cipher Brief Open Source Report for Tuesday, Nov 9, 2021

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 5:41


The US Justice Department has charged two individuals, a Ukrainian and Russian on fraud and money laundering charges for their alleged roles in ransomware attacks carried out by the group calling itself R-Evil. The Ukrainian citizen is suspected of being involved in several ransomware attacks, including the attack on Florida software firm Kaseya in July.  He was arrested in Poland last month and is facing US extradition charges. The other suspect, a Russian citizen is still at large, but the department said it had seized $6.1 million in funds traceable to ransom payments that were allegedly received by him.

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report
The Cipher Brief Open Source Report for Monday, Nov 8, 2021

The Cipher Brief Open Source Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 7:05