Anger Mismanagement

21st May 2007: Season 4 Episode 19 : 68.06

Jono Bacon, Stuart Langridge and Ade Bradshaw join Matt Revell for his last ever LUGRadio episode and talk about Linux, open source, and a variety of other stuff including:
  • Coopetition: is it really possible to both compete and work together with competitors?(1.19)
  • Microsoft issue yet more patent threats, but do they actually mean anything? Should we be running scared or give them the "hand that ain't listening"? We talk to Bradley M. Kuhn from The Software Freedom Law Center and get his viewpoint. (11.30)
  • Red Hat make a number of announcements at the Red Hat Summit. The team deliberate and try to understand exactly what they mean. (34.03)
  • Your emails, Matt's last segment as a full member and introducing his spiky-haired replacement. (44.50)
  • Revell's best and most wobbly bits. (65.41)

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