Super Cow Powers at Lugradio Towers

13 December 2004: Season 2 Episode 5 : 68:00

Jono Bacon, Stuart Langridge (Aq), Ade Bradshaw, and studio guest Lee "Ranulph" Jordan chat about:
  • Fedora Core 3: what that's all about, with's Gavin Henry
  • The new GPL: the FSF's work on their new licence, and the Affero GPL
  • MS FUD: where does it really come from?
  • The Cell chip: the new chip from Sony/IBM/Toshiba
  • IBM: Sale of their PC business
  • Open source catchup: will OSS always be playing catchup to MS and Apple?

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