Bryan Lunduke, Jono Bacon, Jeremy Garcia, and Stuart Langridge present Bad Voltage, the greatest podcast in the history of this or any other universe. In this episode:
- Is the GPL still relevant in the 2010s?
- We talk to Ilan Rabinovitch, co-founder of the Linux Fund credit card, Texas Linux Fest, and the Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE) about whether conferences are regional, what SCALE’s all about, and how to fund open source
- In the wake of the European Court of Justice’s recent ruling about “the right to be forgotten”, we discuss how the European law will play out and freedom of expression versus Google’s control of viewpoint on the internet
- We review Balsamiq, a wireframing tool
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