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This is the site for LugRadio Live 2005, which happened in 2005. If you're interested in coming to LugRadio Live, you'll want to look at the site for LugRadio Live 2006.
About LugRadio Live

Where? Terrace Bar, Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton city centre.

When? 25 June 2005 from 11am - 6pm.

LugRadio Live 2006!

We're starting to plan LugRadio Live 2006. It'll be bigger, better and you must be there. Listen to the show and join the forums for updates.

LUGRadio Live 2005 Speakers

Mark Shuttleworth

Participating in Mass Linux Debate

Mark Shuttleworth is the founder of Ubuntu and the owner of its sponsor, Canonical Ltd. In the 90s, Mark set up then sold Thawte Security, which enabled him to take a trip into space. Following a longstanding involvement in open source software, Mark is quickly becoming one of the movement's key leaders.

Ian Bell

"How we created Elite"

In the 80s there was one game that all computer owners had to have - Elite. A massive space trading game that did amazing things with humble 8-bit computers, Elite was co-created by Ian Bell. At LugRadio Live he'll discuss how he and David Braben achieved what they did and also how the games industry has changed over the past 20 years.

Bill Thompson

"Open source and remembering the Madrid bombings"

Bill Thompson has been at almost every exciting event in recent UK internet history. In the 80s he chaired the Community Computing Network, in the early 90s he was Internet Ambassador for Pipex then set up the Guardian newspaper's new media lab. More recently, he has been a regular contributor to BBC News Online and has worked to improve democracy through the net.

Kevin Carmony

Participating in Mass Linux Debate

As President and CEO of Linspire, Kevin Carmony heads up the Linux company founded by Michael "" Robertson. Aiming for ease of use for the ordinary, non-technical computer user, Linspire is fast making a name for itself in the open source world. Kevin's recent appearance on LugRadio demonstrated a strong commitment to open source principles, as well as a passion to see Linux on the desktop.

Other fantastic speakers

Gervase Markham - "Phishing for fun and profit"
Jonathan Riddell - taking part in Mass Linux Debate
Simon Willison - on making better websites with JavaScript and CSS
Christian Schaller - on streaming media with Linux
Rufus Pollock - taking part in Mass Linux Debate
Colin Watson - on working for Canonical/Ubuntu
Daniel Barron - "Balancing commercial reality with open source"
Drew McLellan - "How to make sure your project's website isn't crap"
Sarah Ewen - on PlayStation Linux
Jon Masters - on embedded Linux development
James Wallbank - on recycling computer equipment
Robert Postill - "Linux disaster recovery"
Andrew Lewis - "How I created a 3D scanner with just a few quid"