This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: cleaning out the attic, transparency in companies, new RHEV release, and Packing for Mars by Mary Roach.
#37: Crimes Against Humanity
This week, Dave and Gunnar on the biggest Red Hat release to date, the smallest Red Hat release to date, the biggest Indian biometrics database to date and special guest star Dan Walsh!
This week on Dave and Gunnar: Oracle plays with science, Amazon plays with the US Postal Service, and everyone plays with tracking you like a criminal.
#27: Manchurian Candidate
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about spying, conspiracy theories, boxing and calculus in Ohio, Klingons in Illinois, the return of Nirmal, a ball peen update, and LUG parenting teachable moments
#21: Slaves to Fashion
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about the worst virus remediation ever, the NSA all up in your phone, fashion advice from Dan Walsh, and a whole bunch of Gunnarbait.
#12: Alliteration and Vampires
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about photos, phones, the power grid, PaaS podcasts, pidora, powerpoint, and vampires
#2: New Professionalism
Dave and Gunnar talk about UEFI, Red Hat Storage, Remember the Milk, and the most badass of the badass innovators.
History of Open Source in Government
[This is a writeup I did as a companion to the History of Open Source in Government Timeline. Karl Fogel and I will be presenting more findings from the timeline at OSCON this year.] It is difficult to imagine the Federal government moving in one well-coordinated direction on any matter, and so it has been … Continue reading History of Open Source in Government
How many programs are protected by SELinux?
As of RHEL 6.2, there are 606 unique domains protected across 245 modules. # yum install setools-console ... # seinfo -adomain -x | tail -n +2 | wc -l 606 # ls -1 /etc/selinux/targeted/modules/active/modules | wc -l 245 [via Dan Walsh.]
Open Source: A platform for government innovation.
Here's my presentation from the Alfresco Content.gov conference. They were good enough to let me ramble for 45 minutes on why open platforms are just as important as open content. Not sure if the full meaning of the talk is apparent from the slides, but I'll leave this here, just in case. You can download … Continue reading Open Source: A platform for government innovation.