Interview, interview, they've all got it in to view
14 March 2005: Season 2 Episode 11 : 66:25
- Rufus Pollock on the current state of software patents in Europe and the proposed BBC Creative Archive
- Aaron Seigo, KDE developer, talks about what KDE's up to and dispels some myths about the desktop environment
- The team discuss whether Open Source developers, and particularly the Gnome team, should be looking to move from C to a higher level language/environment like Java or Mono or Python or something else
- More on LugRadio Live 2005
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