26th March 2007: Season 4 Episode 15 : 94:14

Jono Bacon, Stuart Langridge, Ade Bradshaw and Adam "one for the ladies" Sweet talk about Linux, open source, orange underpants and a variety of other stuff, including:
  • Applications on the free desktop should integrate with free resources on the internet: Rhythmbox with Creative Commons music from Jamendo and Magnatune, etc (2.13)
  • Becky Hogge talks about the Open Rights Group, the "British EFF", and what they've been doing since they were set up (18.35)
  • How do you convince people to use Linux? We can't say any more that it's faster and more secure and more stable because it isn't... (32.10)
  • If you could go back in time and change something to make Linux more successful, what would it be? (54.08)
  • A few emails, and Adam Sweet's Gong-a-Thong Lightbulb Talk Extravaganza (71.47)

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