Podcast Season 3 Episode 7
Title: Better late than never
In this episode: Gnome 3.0 has been released while Nokia takes back its Symbian operating system. Red Hat is approaching $1b in revenue and Groklaw is calling it a day. Share in our discoveries, hear our responses to your emails and letters and join us in welcoming a new member to the team.
What's in the show:
- Discovery of the week:
- The Humax HDR Freesat digital TV receiver can be modified to enable telnet, Samba and UPNP media streaming.
- Mike didn't see the humour in the April Fool joke, the Canterbury Project.
- Ubuntu has the option to install Mexican Spanish, but it's missing a Spanish dictionary.
- Most of the salsa dancing classes in Bath and Bristol charge £5 per hour.
- KDE works quite well on the ultimate Linux box.
- We're living in a golden age of computery stuff.
- The Avon and Somerset police are actually quite good.
- PreUpgrade on Fedora is, so far, pretty good.
- You Dare Us:
Hear our feedback after using Firefox 4 for the last couple of weeks.
- NEW! Speak Your Brains:
We respond to your emails and letters. If you'd like to ask us a question or have your opinions noted for the next podcast, email firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line "Speak Your Brains"
- Open Ballot: is Android's success good for Linux?
- Special offer: subscribe to Linux Format magazine and save up to 40%
Presenters: Andrew Gregory, Efrain Hernandez-Mendoza, Graham Morrison, Jonathan Roberts and Mike Saunders.Ogg Vorbis and MP3.
Theme Music by Brad Sucks.