[webcast-l] Open source radio
bill at commedia.org.uk
Sun Feb 29 17:46:01 GMT 2004
Interested in radio?
Interested in open source software?
Interested in radio _and_ open source software?
Then you might want to listen to:
The website says:
"Open source aficionados! Free software fans! Linux lovers! Hey, even
people who call it GNU/Linux, this is radio for you.
LugRadio is four Linux fans - Jono Bacon, Stuart Langridge, Stephen
Parkes and Matthew Revell - sitting around and talking about the world
of open source software. From the slightly more serious, to the entirely
frivolous, this is internet radio by and for ordinary Linux users, who
can laugh at themselves.
If you want to hear the programme, it's available in Ogg Vorbis and MP3
formats. It's released under a Creative Commons licence, which lets you
distribute it freely but not make amendments, or use it for commercial
purposes, without our permission."
The 22min 'show' is a bit on the scrappy side but LUGRadio do a
reasonable review of an information architecture book. It will be
interesting to see if the format will develop over time.
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