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Monday May 28, 2007

LiveMink: Jeff Waugh

Another skipped week, but my recorder is full of interviews so hopefully we should have weekly programming for a month or so, assuming the editing happens this week.

This week's LiveMink podcast is an interview with perky chappie Jeff Waugh. Jeff and his partner Pia run an Australian Free/open source software consultancy in Sydney, and are the Brad and Angelina of the FOSS community down-under. They recently co-ordinated the OpenCeBIT conference within the huge CeBIT Australia event in Sydney, and they invited me to speak there. Jeff is on the board of the GNOME Foundation and talks to me about his involvement there, his new mobile software activity and more. Listen on!

LiveMink—[MP3]—[Ogg]—[iTunes]—(12' 14")

Wednesday Mar 21, 2007

LiveMink TV: Open Source Development

Open Source Month continues over on SDN TV (have you subscribed yet?), and this week I interview Kuldip Oberoi about Sun Studio and about Solaris Express Developer Edition, and OSG candidate Glynn Foster about GNOME. If you've not tried Sun Studio go give it a try - it's a great development environment for the non-Java programmer.

Monday Mar 05, 2007

LiveMink: Miguel de Icaza

At FOSDEM in Brussels a short while ago I spent some quality time sharing a few beers with Novell VP Miguel de Icaza, the driving force behind both GNOME and the Mono project. Miguel is unfailingly upbeat, even after getting heckled in his keynote, and I think you can get a feeling for his energy and passion in this discussion we recorded at the end of the event in the hallway at FOSDEM.

Miguel talks about why he's not worried about Mono providing a pathway to Microsoft (I'm afraid the juiciest bits got lost when the plug fell out of the recorder), and how he welcomes Sun starting OpenJDK. Listen on!

[MP3]—[ Ogg]—[ iTunes]

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