The one with all the interviews

01 August 2005: Season 2 Episode 22 : 88:23

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

  • Ryan Quinn of the SymphonyOS project talks about what Symphony is and how they're innovating in the desktop space
  • As the Hula Project announce that they'll be releasing a Gmail-a-like web interface, the team discuss whether it's best for projects to wait until they have some working code before involving the community or whether to throw open the doors at the earliest opportunity
  • Henrik Nielsen Omma talks about The Open CD and Software Freedom Day
  • More filthy gambles!
  • Carl Worth talks about the Cairo vector graphics library on which new versions of Gnome will be based

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