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Ubuntu developers: Ubuntu Podcast from the UK LoCo: S05E05 – A Charming Fellow

Posted: April 26, 2012 / in: Linux / No comments

Mark Johnson, Tony Whitmore, and Laura Cowen are joined by Stunt Alan (aka Alan Bell) for the fifth episode of Season five of the Ubuntu Podcast from the UK LoCo Team!

Note: We’re no longer providing ‘low-fi’ Ogg and MP3 versions of the show. To reduce our workload, disk space and insanity the show is now only available in high quality MP3 and Ogg format for your listening pleasure.

In this week’s show:-

  • Robin Catling and Victoria Pritchard dig up another audio recording of an episode of ‘Tomorrow’s Technology Today’ from the Herbert Maxwell Fosdyke Curmudgeon Memorial Sound Archive.
  • We mention some Ubuntu related news in the bit-about-Ubuntu:-
  • And in Not-about-Ubuntu:-
  • Finally we have your feedback.
  • Comments and suggestions are welcomed to: podcast@ubuntu-uk.org
    Leave us some segment ideas on the Etherpad
    Join us on IRC in #ubuntu-uk-podcast on Freenode
    Leave a voicemail via phone: +44 (0) 203 298 1600, sip: podcast@sip.ubuntu-uk.org and skype: ubuntuukpodcast
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    Mark Johnson, Tony Whitmore, and Laura Cowen are joined by Stunt Alan (aka Alan Bell) for the fifth episode of Season five of the Ubuntu Podcast from the UK LoCo Team!
    Note: We’re no longer providing ‘low-fi’ Ogg and MP3 versions of the show. To reduce our workload, disk space and insanity the show is now only available in high quality MP3 and Ogg format for your listening pleasure.

    In this week’s show:-

    We talk about installing Ubuntu with eyes closed, seeing both halves of 90s duo Lee & Herring in different times and spaces, living out of B&Bs and listening to LUGRadio.
    We interview Jorge Castro of Canonical about juju and we talk about the new Ubuntu LTS release, Precise Pangolin (or 12.04 to give it its boring name).
    In the news this week:-

    Rumours Valve Software are porting their games to Linux…
    Lightworks will be released at the end of May…
    Microsoft have announced the creation of Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc…
    People read a lot into Canonical job ads…
    Original Prince of Persia code found on
    Open source driver for Qualcomm Snapdragon GPU…

    And in OggCamp related news, the official website will be going live soon (in about a week from now…yes now…no, now…yes, that’s right…now!).

    Robin Catling and Victoria Pritchard dig up another audio recording of an episode of ‘Tomorrow’s Technology Today’ from the Herbert Maxwell Fosdyke Curmudgeon Memorial Sound Archive.
    We mention some Ubuntu related news in the bit-about-Ubuntu:-

    A Smörgåsbord of refinement on the menu
    AWSOME is AWESOME?
    Ubuntu made from 32-bits of a bus
    HP a GO GO!
    Ubuntu 14.10 to be named ‘Unpronounceable Unheard-of’

    And in Not-about-Ubuntu:-

    Debian have re-elected their project leader…

    Finally we have your feedback.

    Comments and suggestions are welcomed to: podcast@ubuntu-uk.org
    Leave us some segment ideas on the Etherpad
    Join us on IRC in #ubuntu-uk-podcast on Freenode
    Leave a voicemail via phone: +44 (0) 203 298 1600, sip: podcast@sip.ubuntu-uk.org and skype: ubuntuukpodcast
    Follow our twitter feed http://twitter.com/uupc
    Find our Facebook Fan Page
    Follow us on Google Plus

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