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5th December 2005: Season 3 Episode 4 : 78:34

Jono Bacon, Stuart Langridge, a rather ill Ade Bradshaw, and Matthew Revell talk about Linux and whatever else comes along, including:

  • Bill Hilf from Microsoft talks about MS's attitudes to open source (1.30)
  • Hype or Shite: MythTV. Is the homebrew PVR project good or not so good? Also, write in to tell us whether this segment is Hype or Shite! Do you want us to continue? (28.45)
  • Philip Copeman from TurboCash, accounting software for Windows, about why he made the move from proprietary software to open source, the possibility of a Linux port, and what it's like to pick Quickbooks and Sage as an enemy (41.30)
  • Do open source projects need money, how should they get it, and is it reasonable to demand money from your community in order that the project can survive? (51.00)
  • Your letters, with included No voicemails, though: call 0870 931 1730 to leave us a voice message! (60.04)
  • LugRadio Live 2006 — more news on the UK's best Linux event, on 22nd and 23rd July 2006 (72.05)

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