Elevation Beer Co | Incompatible Licenses in the era of VMs | 5 1/4″ Floppy Discs & Sound Mixer
- Founded Winter 2012, located in Poncha Springs, Colorado
- Mostly Western distribution, but you can search on their site and a bunch of places around Dallas, TX carry it
Incompatible Licenses in the era of VMs (at 10′ in)
- Check out Richard Fontana’s talk at FOSDEM 2014, “Taking License Compatibility Semi-Seriously“
- Mark interested particularly in compatibility (or lack thereof between ZFS and Linux kernel, under CDDL (affectionately, also known as “cuddle”) and GPLv2
- Discussed license compatibility generally; FSF has list of licenses considered compatible or not-compatible, and a chart illustrating compatibility among GNU licenses
- OpenZFS being developed as an alternative to ZFS? Nope, Mark gets it wrong!
- How do you quantify the risk calculus for license incompatibility?
- It’s the unofficial FOSS+beer anniversary!! (that’s news, in case you didn’t know)
- Brewers say state of Colorado not saturated…yet
- Marijuana industry goes mainstream? with patents
Nerd & Tell:
5 1/4″ Floppy Disc & Sound Mixer
- Boups found 5 1/4 floppy disc for video games from the 80’s in his storage locker of “memorabilia”
- Mark has a Univox Jr 5 rhythm machine with buttons and knobs, with some variable settings that he found at a garage sale
- Elevation categorized their beers as blue (2), black (4), double black (4) – like ski slope ratings; and also the brewer’s playground (3)
- 8 Second Kolsch – Special release. Available in 4-packs throughout Colorado. 4.2 % ABV, part of Brewer’s Playground series (and a green). Very accessible with a bit of spice, and approved to pair with Rocky Mountain oysters…
- Little Mo’ – porter. 6.5% ABV, part of the blue series. Very smooth, well done for even the non-liker of porters. Pairing suggestions are super rich foods.
- Apis IV – Belgian quadrupel. Beer brewed with honey (Apis is the genus of the honeybee). Silver 2014 Australian International Beer Awards. 8.7% ABV, part of black series