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Update: Open Source Identity Technologies and Windows Vista Authentication (Winter Shutdown Special Episode)

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January 4th, 2007

Overview
Dale Olds & Pat Felsted, two of the identity gurus involved in the Higgins and Bandit projects, update us on the progress of multi-vendor efforts to create a completely open source foundation for identity. Beyond the vision and hype of such efforts, they claim to have a working, free software implementation of CardSpace, the new system that Windows Vista uses for authentication and user identity.

We’ll be back with more full episodes of Novell Open Audio in February. Update your podcatcher to use the new feed now in order to get our “winterim bonus episodes.”

Time: 21:03
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34.2 MB

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Open Enterprise Server: Listener Questions about Linux

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November 30th, 2006

Overview
Once again we bring Jason Williams back into the studio, this time to menace him with questions from our listener community. We delve into the differences between SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) and Open Enterprise Server (OES). We also consider the advantages of using the SLES-based version of OES compared to the NetWare-based version. And of course, Dave and Randy are back with “News from Support.”
Time: 57:48
Size:
39.7 MB

Segment Times

  1. Open Enterprise Server: 2:20-33:35
  2. News from Support: 34:26-56:30

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What Happened to iFolder?

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November 10th, 2006

Overview
Product manager Jason Williams comes in to share the iFolder 3.6 goodness. Then, our favorite Scottsman returns to tell us the latest News from Support, including a cool tip on how to use tunnel X over SSH with…Windows?

Time: 41:38
Size: 29 MB

Segment Times

  1. iFolder: 2:07-21:53
  2. News from Support: 23:09-40:50

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Special Report: CEO Ron Hovsepian on Novell and Microsoft

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November 8th, 2006

Overview
After announcing the establishment of an agreement between Novell and Microsoft, Novell CEO Ron Hovsepian and Novell General Counsel Joe LaSala respond to some questions from Novell’s customers and the free software community.

Time: 17:55
Size: 12.5 MB

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Going Upstream: SUSE Labs and GCC (GNU Compiler Collection)

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November 1st, 2006

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Michael Matz (SUSE team lead for the GNU Tool Chain) and Richard Guenther (GCC software engineer) explain their work with SUSE Labs. We learn about how Novell helps fund advancements of GNU/Linux infrastructure outside of the standard SUSE Linux product development cycle. Also, we finally get a proper introduction to Erin Quill.

Segment Times

  • Intro to Erin Quill: 2:29-14:35
  • Interview on gcc: 14:40-23:31

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Compiz Gets Forked

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October 9th, 2006

Compiz is the compositing window manager that works on top of Xgl or AIGLX to enable Desktop Effects. Recently, a community developer named Quinn Storm announced that she would start a compiz-based fork project called “Beryl,” citing frustration with Novell regarding getting her code fixes accepted into the Compiz upstream source tree. We called Compiz/Xgl maintainer David Reveman to get his side of the story.

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BrainShare 06 Tech Lab: Hula and NetMail

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March 20th, 2006

Michelle “Hula Girl” Escalante tells us what’s been going on with Hula.

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Michelle “Hula Girl” Escalante tells us what’s been going on with Hula.


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BrainShare ’06 BackStage: Monday

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March 20th, 2006

Novell Open Audio brings you backstage at BrainShare to talk with people who did the technology demos in the Monday keynote session. Crispin Cowan comments on his demo of Novell AppArmor. Robert Wipfel and Lars Marowsky talk about the clustering technology they demo’ed. Eric Anderson sums up the demos and how to find more about SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 at BrainShare.

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