One Foot In The Grave

28th January 2008: Season 5 Episode 10 : 94.34

Jono Bacon, Stuart Langridge, Chris Procter and the returning (for one show) Matt Revell, standing in for Adam Sweet, talk about Linux, open source, and all manner of associated things. This show includes:

This episode includes the tune Steady B, from Trafic de Blues' Fin de cavale album, which is licenced as CC Attribution-Noncommercial-Sharealike 2.5, which means that this episode is also under the same licence (a minor change from our normal licence for episodes).

Thanks to EfficientPC for donating the EEE PC for us to review and then give away in our competition!

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LugRadio was a fortnightly British radio show that took a relaxed, humorous look at Linux and open source. The show finished in 2008, sort of, but there have been occasional reunions and conferences since then.

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LugRadio is licenced under Creative Commons licences. See each show's individual page for details of its licence. All shows allow you to download and listen for free and pass on the show to whoever you want; some shows also allow you to make derivative works and mashups, and some shows allow you to use parts of LugRadio commercially. See our discussion of the licence for more details.

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