All things happen in fives
24th September 2007: Season 5 Episode 1 : 67.12
- Why is server stuff so hard? The sysadmin half of the team (Adam and Chris) respond to accusations from the desktop half of the team (Jono and Aq) (2.43)
- Miguel de Icaza, leader of the Mono project, comes on the show to speak about Moonlight, the Mono team's implementation of Microsoft's Silverlight rich internet application system, and to give his side of the controversy surrounding the project (13.55)
- The Mystery Hunt: where is...XUL? (30.35)
- Adam reviews two Linux-based embedded devices, the Neuros OSD TV movie streamer and the GP2X handheld games console (39.40)
- Your letters, including geography abuse, stereo abuse, name abuse, and the Ontario Linux fest. Send us your emails to firstname.lastname@example.org or through lugradio.org/contact (53.20)
- LugRadio Live USA is really happening! American listeners, come join us for a weekend of fun and frolics on March 22nd and 23rd in San Francisco (63.08)
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