19th June 2006: Season 3 Episode 18 : 89:47
- Matthew East of the Ubuntu Documentation Project talks about docs in the open source world, how important it is, and how you can be involved (1.08)
- Collaborative editing of documents in AbiWord and gobby, and how people can collaborate to write documentation for software (16.12)
- Gareth Bowker from FSF Europe talks about what FSF Europe do and how separate they are from the US Free Software Foundation (32.00)
- The team talk about Richard Stallman refusing to be interviewed because we talk about "open source" and "Linux" rather than "free software" and "GNU/Linux", and whether that's a reasonable stance to take (45.37)
- Should someone create and devote time to a Linux distribution that just looks pretty? (55.38)
- Your emails (65.05)
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