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Call for Exhibitors at LugRadio Live USA 2008!

We are cranking into exhibitor mode for LugRadio Live USA 2008 and we are looking for exhibitors for the show!! The dates are the 12th and 13th April 2008 at The Metreon in San Francisco, and are interested in a range of exhibitors, from Open Source projects to commercial vendors and companies. If you have […]

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Lost In TV-land

Last week while in the US, I did an interview with my good friend Barton George from Sun, for the Sun Developer Network – in it we talk Ubuntu, packaging, LugRadio, the vocal minority and more. It was a heck of a lot of fun to do, and Barton is always enjoyable to be around. […]

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LugRadio Live USA 2008 Speakers Nearly Complete

Well, we nearly have our list of speakers for LugRadio Live USA 2008 complete – four or five slots are left to fill, and we have had a stack of submitted papers to select from – thanks to all those who submitted papers. Our current speaker list is now: Miguel de Icaza (Mono / Novell) […]

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Big, big kudos to for opening their DRM free music store. I have not bought any music from them yet, but have bought bags of DVDs, games and albums from them. Great to see them getting in on the digital downloads game, and great to see DRM not used. All in all, I am […]

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LugRadio Live USA 2008 – Last Chance For Speakers

We have a few speaker slots for LugRadio Live USA 2008 on the 12th and 13th April 2008 that we are about to finish up and fill, and today is the close of the Call For Papers. If you would like to speak, mail show AT lugradio DOT org – this is your last chance […]

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Step back, put on the protective visor, and get ready for some quickies: I did an interview with Orv at SCaLE about Ubuntu, Canonical, LugRadio, SCaLE, speaking and various other things. Go and grab it here. Ubuntu Developer Week is kicking arse and taking names, and do continue to Digg it. It is going to […]

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Be Excellent To Each Other

When looking at communities and trying to de-construct and understand how they work, we can often approach it from an overtly task-based approach – identifying methods in which communities are successful at doing stuff. Of course, effective, measurable outcomes are important in community, but it is also critical to sometimes help your community step back […]

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Performance #1. Check.

Just finished the always excellent SCALE conference in Los Angeles. All in all, an excellent event, and thanks again to the conference organisers for making myself, and all the other speakers feel incredibly welcome. SCALE saw the first showing of my brand new talk Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants: The Coming Of The Linux […]

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Ubuntu Developer Week – Your Shipment Of Win Has Arrived

Some time ago, I saw down with the other two horsemen and we hatched a plan to have a week full of incredible IRC tuition sessions that show how to get involved in Ubuntu as a developer with packaging. Well, this resulted in the incredible wickedness that shall be known to all humanity as Ubuntu […]

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Keynote streamed live today

Late breaking news – it turns out that my keynote at SCALE today will be streamed live over the Internet. You can access it by clicking here – it kicks off at 9.55am Los Angeles time on the 9th Feb 2008. That is today. Here is an embedded video window for the talk: Tune in […]

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