Jono Bacon, Jeremy Garcia, Bryan Lunduke, and Stuart Langridge bring you Bad Voltage, in which there is a great deal of disagreement about Microsoft's motives and Canonical's motives and our motives, and some of us mock other podcasters because we hate the community, and also:
- 00:02:01 [Microsoft and Canonical release the "Windows Subsystem for Linux"](http://blog.dustinkirkland.com/2016/03/ubuntu-on-windows.html) at MS's Build developer conference to provide the Ubuntu command line on Windows. What's that all about, then? Bash in cmd.exe? This sounds like a good idea, right? What does it mean?
- 00:32:17 Jono reviews the [iRig Pro](http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/irigpro/) "all-in-one audio/MIDI interface for Apple products that fits in your pocket"
- The OpenShot project have just released the latest version of their video editor in [AppImage](http://appimage.org/) format; a single downloadable file which runs on every Linux OS and doesn't need to be unpacked or installed. With tools like this and Gnome's xdg-app in the wings, whither the old Linux model of "distributions" and packaging every app half a dozen times? Can this discussion get beyond complaints about static linking or the difficulty of releasing Linux software?
Also, Bryan is speaking at [LinuxFest Northwest](https://www.linuxfestnorthwest.org/2016) in Bellingham, USA on April 23rd/24th 2016, and Stuart is at [Fosstalk](http://www.fosstalk.com/) in London, UK on August 6th with other Linux podcasters, if you want to buy them drinks or expensive laptops or something!