20th November 2006: Season 4 Episode 6 : 68.41
- Planets: is the PlanetPlanet RSS aggregator annoying, now that every open source project in the world has one? (3.12)
- Matt Wilson from rPath Linux talks about what makes rPath different from other Linux distributions and what they're for, and manfully ignores us deliberately pronouncing the name of his company wrong (15.24)
- Is rPath a good idea? Are specialised Linux distributions a good idea? Are these the same question? (30.22)
- Push email in the latest Microsoft Exchange 2003 and Windows Mobile devices; can Linux do this? Are we failing to provide stuff that people actually want and falling behind Exchange? (41.55)
- What's the point of releases at all? Why not just have new software arrive on your desktop whenever it's released? Ade complains (50.43)
- No emails, owing to two shows being recorded at once, so some free rambling from the team about LugRadio Live 2007 among other things. Mail us to tell us when in 2007 you'd like LRL to be! (64.20)
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