Linux User and Developer Expo 2004

29 Apr 2004: Episode Six : 59:16

Jono Bacon, Stuart Langridge (Aq), Matthew Revell and others at the Linux User and Developer Expo 2004, featuring:
  • Project Look Glass - Aq and Jono interview Paul Leonard and Adrian Keward of Sun, about their new 3D desktop and Sun's involvement in the Linux world
  • Debian drugs shock? - Paul Sladen gives away too much information about what goes on behind the scenes at the expo
  • Linux Chix - Caroline Yates tell us why there's a need for a women specific Linux organisation
  • Gnome and KDE - interviews with KDE's Jonathan Riddell and Gnome's Maria Blackmore
  • The alternative to OpenOffice Writer - Huibert Figuere tells us why AbiWord has a bright future
  • AFFS - Alex Hudson tells us what good the AFFS is doing for free software in the UK
  • Assorted rabble - plus more of the usual nonsense, including appearances by Aquarion, Schwuck, Digit0 and Mozrat!

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