You bring it all on yourself

14th May 2007: Season 4 Episode 18 : 72.08

Jono Bacon, Stuart Langridge, Ade Bradshaw and guest presenter Chris Procter talk about Linux, open source, and a variety of other stuff, (despite being one week delayed) including:
  • Jeremie Zimmerman from APRIL, the French free software promotion and defence organisation, talks about the French presidential elections and the status of open source software in France (2.38)
  • Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty Fawn) has been released: is it any good? (11.21)
  • Branden Holtsclaw talks about packaging in distributions and what's involved, man (21.25)
  • It's the year of the desktop (rly!): what needs fixing about the free software desktop? (26.43)
  • Neuro explains what the elite LugRadio Ninja team do to keep everything that is the LugRadio community running (36.02)
  • Your letters, and a note on LugRadio Live 2007 (52.45)

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