We're all too long

21st November 2005: Season 3 Episode 3 : 91:00

Jono Bacon, Stuart Langridge, Ade Bradshaw, and special guest MrBen talk about Linux and whatever else comes along, including:

  • OpenSolaris: Adam Leventhal talks about Sun's open source operating system, what makes it different from Linux, and what's going on with the project (3.32)
  • Hype or Shite: is Voice over IP going somewhere, or just a load of windy hot air? (25.18)
  • Linux used to have "good performance" on the benefits list, but in recent times desktop Linux has ended up being slower than the alternatives. Is there anything we can do about it? (41.43)
  • What will Linux and open-source be like in fifty years? The team talk about how the computing landscape might be different a half-century from now (52.56)
  • Your letters, including an all-new jingle! (71.25)

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