Lock, Stock, and One Smoking Barrel
8th October 2007: Season 5 Episode 2 : 75.00
- Where's our open source online office suite going to come from? There are plenty of web-based office programs now, but none of them are open source. Can the free software community build a project like this, and do we need to? (1.06)
- Greg Kroah-Hartman, kernel and udev developer, talks about the Linux Driver Project, kernel hacking, and what he's doing at Novell (18.15)
- Is the free software world eating itself alive? Criticism and cooperation across projects: should we all be nice or is it OK to stick the boot in? (26.48)
- A mystery tour...where is our mystery project of the week? (40.10)
- Emails from lots of people: keep sending them in! (53.50)
- LugRadio Live USA news: we're looking for venue suggestions (the DNA Lounge, which we were aiming for, is over-21 only, sadly!) Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you know of a good event venue for LRL USA in San Francisco.
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