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13th March 2006: Season 3 Episode 11 : 86:19

Jono Bacon, Adam Sweet, Ade Bradshaw, and Matthew Revell talk about Linux and whatever else comes along, including:

  • We talk to Sean McGrath from Propylon about being the fourth largest contributor to (3.08)
  • We talk about the LUGRadio community effort to build Jokosher; an Open Source audio editor that is easy to use, and that can actually be used to record LUGRadio (11.31)
  • Open graphics: We talk to Timothy Miller about his effort to build an Open Source graphics card (19.47)
  • The WTF Book Truck: This time Matt shares his love of Defensive Design for the Web (33.14)
  • Hidden talents: Timothy Miller from the Open Graphics Project demonstrates some talents discovered in the soundcheck (42.52)
  • Travel with LUGRadio: Sharing the latest travel thoughts, Jono talks about his trip to SCALE 4x in LA and Ade talks about his jaunt to FOSDEM in Belgium (43.25)
  • Your letters, and LUGRadio Live 2006 registration has opened!! Go here to register for the greatest Open Source and free software event in 2006! (59.53)

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