Enterprise Linux Security Episode 47 – Legislating Open Source

Supply chain attacks in open source software projects are a real possibility. In fact, we’ve covered actual incidents in previous episodes of this podcast. In this episode, Jay and Joao discuss developing legislation that will require the components within open source projects to be a part of a bill of materials (among other requirements). This is definitely something you’ll want to be aware of if your organization produces open-source software, but even non-developers should be aware of it as well.

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Build Your Own Mastodon Server on Debian (Step by Step Server Build Guide)

There’s way too much drama with Twitter nowadays, so the alternatives are looking more attractive than ever. Setting up your own Mastodon server is a fun project, and also a potential alternative to Twitter. In this video, Jay walks you through the entire process of setting up your own Mastodon server on a Debian-based VPS.

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