Ribald for her pleasure

18 July 2005: Season 2 Episode 21 : 88:23

Jono Bacon, Stuart Langridge (Aq), Matt Revell, and Ade Bradshaw talk about Linux and whatever else comes along, including:

  • GStreamer: what is it?
  • Edward Hervey talks about PiTiVi, the GStreamer-based non-linear video editor
  • Is it more important to have lots of flexibility or to do one thing but make that the right thing?
  • Sarah Ewen talks about Linux on the Playstation
  • Filthy Gamble: how much would you have to be paid to kill Linus Torvalds while wearing a kangaroo suit?
  • The net, blogging, and the terrorist attack in London

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