The second garage revolution

As a child of the 80s and 90s, I often look back fondly at the computers back then. Commodore 64s, Spectrums, Amigas, Amstrads, Ataris, Acorns, and a raft of consoles all bring back memories of what many people refer to as the golden age of computing. When you look...

Kicking the Ubuntu LoCo engine up a notch

As I alluded to in my rather cheesily titled previous post, Ubuntu LoCo teams are important to me as a core way of building our incredible Ubuntu community up, and better hooking it together. Well, its been a few weeks since that post, so I figured I should fill you...

LinuxWorld Shazaa

Here in the UK, the Ubuntu UK team have been forming nicely. A relatively new group, there is a huge amount of interest in the team to help push, promote and support Ubuntu where possible in the UK. The team live on the ubuntu-uk mailing list and on #ubuntu-uk on...

Interview download

Last night I did an interview with the Linux Link Tech Show and it was great fun. They are a good bunch of guys. We talk about Ubuntu, Canonical, my new job, Jokosher, GStreamer, Fluendo, LUGRadio and various other sane and insane subjects. Never, ever, follow a link...