Too orangey for crows

06 June 2005: Season 2 Episode 17 : 76:35

Jono Bacon, Matt Revell, and Ade Bradshaw talk about Linux and whatever else comes along, including:

  • Ralph Giles from the Xiph.Org Foundation talks about Ogg Theora, what Xiph are all about, and Xiph's free codecs being used in commercial environments, like Halo 2 on the XBox, and Speex in XBox Live
  • Jono went to the 6th GUADEC, and talks about how much beer he drank, what the conference was about, how much beer he drank, Gnome's direction, interesting Gnome people (lots of whom listen to LugRadio!), and how much beer he drank
  • Should we ditch Linux and start again from scratch?
  • Emails from all our lovely fans
  • A LugRadio Live update (only 3 weeks to go!) including how Mark Shuttleworth will now be attending and taking part in the Mass Debate

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