Laura Cowen, Alan Pope, Tony Whitmore and Ciemon Dunville overdose on home-made flapjack and tea whilst bringing you all that is and ever will be, the Ubuntu Podcast from the UK Local Community Support Team.
In this week’s show:-
- What we’ve been doing this week including the final preparations for OggCamp, going out on a
mandate man dateMan Date with Dan Lynch (from Linux Outlaws), upgraded a spare machine to Ubuntu Karmic, staying away from computers, buying stationarystationery, giving a talk about Ubuntu Karmic to the local LUG and got a bug fixed by the lovely Daniel T Chen
- We review two books Frontend Drupal by Emma Jane Hogbin and Beginning Ubuntu Linux by Keir Thomas, Andy Channelle and Jaime Sicam
- In the Svelte News this week:-
- We announce some upcoming events:-
- LUG Radio Live 2009 24th October, Newhampton Arts Centre, Wolverhampton.
- Karmic Release Parties – All around the world, starting on 29th October
- There is a comedy gig for the benefit of Bletchley Park at the Bloomsbury Theatre in London on Tuesday 3rd November, with Richard Herring, Robert Llewellyn, Robin Ince and maybe Stephen Fry.
- FOSDEM – 6th – 7th February 2010 – University Libre Brussels
- We take our last opportunity to scare ourselves as we tell you all about OggCamp, the most open, friendly, welcoming and interesting event happening in Wolverhampton on the 25th October this year!.
- We interview Dorothy Gale, Jeffrey Roe and Robert Fitzsimons about Dublin Hackerspace
- No Just A Moments this week, but we’d love to hear your ‘Just A Moment’ on our voicemail! Details below.
- Ciemon gets a susprise as we tell him Command Line Luurve is back! This time we invoke our lazy geek gene with the eject command.
$ eject /dev/sdb; sleep 1; eject -t /dev/sdb
EcosphereUbuntusphere is apparently still here!
- And finally we cover your emails, tweets and dents and voicemail since our last show
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