FOSS gets litigious, Canonical may or may not care about the desktop, Solus works more on Steam, Red Hat embraces an ARM-based future and we hear from elementary OS.



Conservancy and SFLC fall out

Canonical Joins the GNOME Advisory Board

Ubuntu wants free art

Solus, snaps and Steam

RHEL gets an ARM version (Related hardware)



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Joe wants to know if his Nexus 9 is slower than other ones


elementary OS

Daniel Foré of elementary OS joins Joe and Ikey.





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