|fedora on the linux link tech show
||[Jun. 15th, 2006|03:51 pm]
I did an hour long interview last night with the guys of the Linux Link Tech Show -- a weekly, streaming internet show devoted to linux and open source.
Over the past few weeks, they've interviewed Mark Shuttleworth, the editoral director of linux.com, Ian Murdock, and others. In the coming weeks they'll be interviewing the Gentoo guys, and also Chris DiBona (Google's open source guy).
So they've got a pretty good following and track record, and when they asked me to talk about Fedora, I was happy to do so.
The audio is available on their website, with the Fedora part beginning at 32:10 and lasting for about an hour. I'd be interested to hear what you guys think, in general I felt like it went well, and I hope anyone who listens finds it interesting.
Having gone back and listened to it, I've got two comments:
1. I need to get myself up to speed on AIGLX -- I couldn't really answer the question they asked about that, so I need to fix that, and I will.
2. Turns out I was wrong about the plans regarding Bluecurve, as Maureen Duffy pointed out to me, and referenced BluecurveAndBeyond on the Fedora wiki and a post to fedora-art-list.
So give it a listen, and email me or post your comments.