The kernel devs want compliance rather than cash, Mint backs Flatpack, Canonical aim for an IPO, Solus needs help with art, and we speak to a ZFS advocate called Jim Salter.



Linux Kernel Community Enforcement Statement

Mint to add Flatpak support

Oracle Could Still Make ZFS A First-Class Upstream Linux File-System

Shuttleworth confirms suspicions that he’s aiming for a Canonical IPO

Solus looking for help with aesthetics for Solus 4




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Jim Salter

Ikey and Joe are joined by Jim Salter to talk about ZFS and BTRFS. We mentioned an old article he wrote for arstechnica. He plugged his project Sanoid.

Jesse mentioned this post on the hidden cost of using ZFS for home NAS.



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