I'll have a P please

9th April 2007: Season 4 Episode 16 : 98:43

Stuart P. Langridge, Jono P. Bacon, Ade P. Bradshaw and Matthew P. Revell talk about Linux, open source, and a variety of other stuff, including:
  • Apple TV: thoughts on what Apple's new TV watching system might mean for us (2.03)
  • Ian "Howlin' Mad" Murdock joins Sun Microsystems and talks to LugRadio about what he'll be doing (10.30)
  • This week, Ade are mostly been playing with OpenVZ, an OS virtualisation system where your virtual machines share the same kernel (24.33)
  • The Sony PlayStation 3 (31.53)
  • James Governor, analyst for RedMonk, talks about what analysts do and what they mean for the open source community (45.54)
  • This week, Matt are mostly been playing with MoinMoin, a Python wiki (59.37)
  • The LugRadio community: what's going on, and how we'd like to do more. Send us your ideas for things you'd like to see us do or like to see happen in the LugRadio community! (67.40)

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