This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about Vulcan death grips, death from above, and the death of the open source business model.
- Congressional API on IFTTT
- Government shutdown and API abandonment
- Red Hat Storage is one way to replicate your important big data in the cloud
- Bill Gates admits that Ctrl Alt Delete was a mistake
- Wikipedia article on Control-Alt-Delete
- SGI Vulcan Death Grip = Left CTRL + Left SHIFT + F12 + / on the number pad
- Practice safe USB charging
- Target practice: F-16 drone flying at 40,000 feet, Mach 1.47, and doing barrel rolls pulling 7Gs
- Meanwhile, Gunnar needs to power off his Walkman and Palm Pilot on US Airways, for now
- HT Matt Jamison: Linux Kernel Development: How Fast it is Going, Who is Doing It, What They are Doing, and Who is Sponsoring It (2013 Edition)
- Gunnar bait of the week courtesy of Mike Olson Board Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer at Cloudera: “So here is the conundrum facing enterprise infrastructure software companies: You can no longer win with a closed-source platform, and you can’t build a successful stand-alone company purely on open source.”
- Red Hat Summit Call for Proposals now open!
- RHEL 5.10 released!
- RHEL 6.5 beta released!
- New RHEL packaging provides stacking, instances, portability
- Satellite 5.6 released!
- Open demos available now!
- Dave and Gunnar are liking the Red Hat Consulting internal podcast by Ian Tewksbury and Krain Arnold
- Be like Ian and Krain: Get yourself a mod_cluster t-shirt and the party invitations from famous people will follow
- Red Hat and HP win VA Scheduling contest
- SCAP Security Guide welcomes ORNL as contributor!
- SCAP Security Guide builds now in Koji!
Cutting Room Floor
- The Onion reviews the movie “Gravity”
We Give Thanks
- Matt “Jamo” Jamison for the Linux Foundation report pointer!
- Ian Tewksbury and Krain Arnold for a great podcast!