Full Circle Podcast Episode 31: The Difficult Third Episode!!
Full Circle Podcast Episode 31, The Difficult Third Episode!!
In this episode Olly & Tony bring everyone up-to-date with what´s been going on in the ¨Summer Break¨, Olly talks about his new gnomebuntu install, Codeacadamy and Tony talks about his new toy, the Nexus 7
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- Tony Hughes (Google + http://plus.google.com/101988366830118285114/)
- Olly Clark (Google + http://plus.google.com/103073417601965434371/ twitter @ollyclarkdotorg)
- Jon Chamberlain (Google + http://plus.google.com/102119503691228033435/ twitter @jonachamberlain)
01:15 | WELCOME and INTRO:
01:55 | Since Last Time
- Tony – Has attended Oggcamp, Barcamp Blackpool and has started at University which includes a work placement. He has also purchase a 16Gb Nexus 7
- Olly – Also attended Barcamp Blackpool and the second Day of Oggcamp, he also attended Barcamp Liverpool aswell. He bought himself a Zoom H4n and recorded talks at both Barcamps. Also Bought a RAID card and 2 x 360Gb SSDs and installed Gnomebuntu 12.10.
- Tony and Olly jointly review Oggcamp, discuss Stephen Fry´s Q&A/VideoCast http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nefPAXvMSKk and the documentary http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBsIDCA1__w&list=UUGs4MRVi1ROtfpTtCh4l4sg&index=9&feature=plcp which was sponsored by OpenLabs http://www.ljmu.ac.uk/aps/openlabs/ and produced by Chris Chadwick a local film maker http://www.thehatch.tv/. Also the ¨Rogue´s Gallery¨ refer to can be found here: http://plus.google.com/photos/108694704377125707359/albums/5799626659318285313
15:05 | NEWS
- The Ubuntu 13.04 UDS (Ubuntu Development Summit) will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark from 29 October to 1 November. http://uds.ubuntu.com/
- The code name for the next release of Ubuntu 13.04 will be Raring Ringtail http://www.h-online.com/open/news/item/Ubuntu-13-04-named-after-a-raccoon-1732346.html
- GNOME-flavoured Ubuntu Spin Coming, gnomebuntu has been released as part of Ubuntu 12.10 it is as much of a stock GNOME desktop environment as possible based on Shell with some of the desktop effects from 3.4 but uses Nautilus as a file manager rather than the new controversial Files. http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2012/08/gnome-flavoured-ubuntu-spin-coming-october-18th
- One of the new feature that arrive in 12.10 is the addition of the Amazon shopping search integrated into the dash search, which has caused a considerable amount of controversy. http://www.zdnet.com/shuttleworth-defends-ubuntu-linux-integrating-amazon-7000004674/
- Also new for this release is the introduction of a donation system on the download page, this takes the form of a series of sliders which you can move to dictate how your donation will be used within the development of Ubuntu including “Making the Desktop More Amazing” and “Community Participation in Ubuntu Development” http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2012/10/ubuntu-adds-new-donations-page
- Fedora 18 is delayed again, the Beta which was due to be released this week is now anticipated to be released on 6th November pending any further delays. https://fedorahosted.org/fesco/ticket/946#comment:14
- The UK Department for Work and Pensions has come under fire for holding on to what is claimed to be 16.8 Million unused IPv4 addresses. http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/38744
- The 2013 KDE Akademy the annual developers conference will be held in Bilbao, Spain next year on 13th and 14th July next year. http://www.h-online.com/open/news/item/Bilbao-to-host-KDE-Akademy-2013-conference-1733959.html
26:12 | Jon Joins The Recording
26:35 | REVIEW of ASUS Google NEXUS 7
- Tony recently purchase a Asus Google Nexus 7 and shares his first thoughts of living with the device with us.
No option for removable storage
WiFi only, No 3G or HSPA+
PC Tethering/Data Transfer doesn’t work out of the box and requires a little tweaking.
Apps for Google Drive and Dropbox available through Google Play make syncing files through WiFi easy
BBC Iplayer works out of the box using the App in the Play Store.
Makes a really good E book reader using the Kindle App.
- A better alternative to the Amazon Kindle Fire as it´s not locked into the Amazon Eco System.
33:50 | REVIEW of CODEACADAMY
- Code Year was a New Year’s Resolution to learn to code in a year, set up by Codeacademy (a New York City-based startup launched a year ago by two young tech gurus, Zach Sims and Ryan Bubinski)
- Olly joined 281,000 (and counting)others signed up to the pledge to learn to code in year using the Code Academy site
- Takes you through the very basics of Object Oriented Programming using Java Script as a learning tool.
- Site uses a module based learning system for different programming languages
- Library of languages is being added to all the time, Ruby added last week.
40:00 | REVIEW of FULL CIRCLE MAGAZINE #65
- Jon – Has been reading the Humble Indie Bundle V review in the Ubuntu Games section on page 54 of the magazine. He also discusses the news of Steam coming to Linux
- Olly – Is considering getting back into producing videos for Youtube and looked with interest at the second part of the Kdenlive Series written by Ronnie on page 16. Considering his woes with ecrypfs back in August he decided to check out the Encyption How-To on page 13 to see if he could pick up any pointers.
- Tony – Unfortunately this month Tony has been rather busy with University and placement work he´s not had as much time to read the magazine as he’d like.
50:50 | EVENTS
- HACK Manchester – One of the largest coding competitions in the country is taking place this weekend Saturday 27th to Sunday 28th October at the MOSI, Liverpool Road, Castlefield Manchester. https://hackmanchester.com/
- FLOSS UK Unconference – 1st Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London on Saturday 27th October. http://www.flossuk.org/Events/Unconference2012
- Internet of Things Howduino – an Arduino hack day being held at DoES Liverpool, Gostins Building, Hanover Street, Liverpool on the 3rd and 4th November. http://www.howduino.com/
- Mozilla Festival 2012 – An open web festival which is annually organised by the Morzilla Foundation takes place from 9th to 11th November 2012 at Ravensbourne, 6 Penrose Way, Greenwich Peninsula, London. http://mozillafestival.org/
- If you are aware of any Geek or Tech events happening in your area and you would like to publicise them please email them to use at firstname.lastname@example.org
53:00 | FEEDBACK
- We had some feedback from Grant Paton-Simpson via the website he suggested Tony should check out his statistics application called SOFA which is Python based and is licensed under the Affero GPL. Grant is one of the developers of SOFA, it´s always nice to here about new software projects, if you are a developer and you would like to publicise your project please get in touch.
- We also had some feedback from Mike Stewart, again via the website who was suggesting that we seemed abit sleepy in Episode 30, Olly explained that due to a number of technical difficulties the record time had been quite lengthy and we were feeling the effects. We will endeavour to make the show a lot pacey-er in future!!
56:03 | OUTRO AND WRAP
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