She gives me a biscuit

16th January 2007: Season 4 Episode 10 : 100.29

Jono Bacon, Stuart Langridge, Matthew Revell, and Ade Bradshaw talk about Linux, open source, and a variety of other stuff, including:
  • Stefan from the Nouveau project to make proper 3d open source drivers for nVidia cards talks about what the project's doing, why it's difficult, and how far they've got (7.30)
  • The opposite of forking: can projects ever come together? (19.58)
  • Miguel de Icaza talks about the latest developments with Mono, including the 1.2 release with support for Windows.Forms (32.04)
  • Does the lack of decent 3d support on Linux eliminate gaming, or are there games which people want to play that don't need it? Stuart asks, Ade mocks, we all discuss (54.00)
  • Your chance to speak, including thoughts on the Open Graphics Project, whether Tollef Fog Heen sounds like a robot, Beryl, and David Hasslehoff impersonation (68.38)

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