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6th November 2006: Season 4 Episode 5 : 88.54
- Licence proliferation: are there too many open source licences, does this confuse new people, and is there anything that can be done about it? (2.15)
- Alan "Popey the sailor man" Pope talks about the purpose of Linux User Groups in the UK and where they're going (16.40)
- Matt's got a new job, working at Canonical as Launchpad Marketing Manager. What's he going to be up to, and is Launchpad any good? Plus a free Jokosher update! (32.20)
- The open source community is entirely reliant on other people producing hardware for us to run open source software on. Is this a weakness? Can it be fixed? Does it matter? (45.00)
- Emails! (63.22)
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