In conjunction with his interview on iFolder, we also plan to interview product manager Jason Williams about the Open Enterprise Server roadmap, and find out what’s up with the project codenamed “Cypress.” Post your tough questions in the comments section.
Archive for October, 2006
Ted and Erin announce the winners and review the results from the Novell Open Audio semi-annual listener feedback survey, and explain how they are using the feedback to adapt the show. Then, the illustrious Randy Goddard and the incorrigible Dave Mair are back for News from Support.
With the announcement of Novell Access Manager, we interview product manager Lee Howarth about the new product’s capabilities
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 […]
SUSE’s “Team Mobile” are continually making improvements in using Linux on laptops and connecting mobile devices to Linux systems. Team Mobile developers Timo Hoenig and Holger Macht demonstrate…by taking us to a Nuremberg beer garden.
Markus Kraft and Hannes Reineke explain technologies that form a foundation for data center Linux, and provide a cool tip for how you can set up your a miniature data center demo using…an iPod?! Erin sounds like he dialed in on a phone, and Ted shares what he learned about SUSE Labs during his recent […]
Product manager Jason Williams is coming back to the studio so that we can ask him: what is going on with iFolder?! Post your tough questions in the comments section.