location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 18, 2012
I am a two-pack-a-day podcast consumer and am curious if there are some Ubuntu/open source-related shows that people might recommend?
I already listen to FLOSS Weekly (with reservation) and Linux Outlaws (with glee) but find myself enjoying stuff like 70Decibels, Mule Radio, Android Central/Police/A3 and 5by5 simply because I find the hosts likable, enjoyable, and humorous. I'd love to find some stuff like this related to Ubuntu/Debian (I do love CrunchBang) or anything open source/anarcho-software/software freedom related.
What are you all listening to with happiness? Thanks in advance
LXer: The Linux Setup Dan Lynch, Linux Outlaws podcast
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 11, 2011
Published at LXer:
Dan Lynch of the Linux Outlaws podcast discusses best practices in distro-hopping and podcasting using desktop Linux.
LXer: [Podcast] Linux Outlaws 82: "Journaling Is Not So Funny Now"
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 19, 2009
Published at LXer:
This week, we interview Matt Lee from the FSF, talk about Dvorak and Linux, how the French police saved millions with Open Source, CC Zero and Ted Ts’o thoughts on Ext4 data loss. You're all very welcome to come and join us for laughs and Linux geekery.
LXer: Linux Action Show PodCast debuts
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 23, 2006
Published at LXer:
Seattle, Washington (June 21st, 2006) -- The creators of the popular Macintosh-centric PodCast "CastaBlasta" have launched their latest foray into the wide, wide world of PodCasting - the "Linux Action Show". A weekly PodCast, the "Linux Action Show" is, as you might have guessed, dedicated solely and completely to all things Linux.
[SOLVED] KDE/QT Specific Podcast Software
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 13, 2011
I was curious if anyone has found a KDE / QT specific podcast downloader like gpodder? I have been looking around and I saw something called Kitty but I cant install it due to a conflict with my system. Otherwise I am not finding anything Has anyone had better luck?
Take the Linux Tech Survey (Podcast #3)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 21, 2010
Upcoming in Podcast #3, we've picked up the Linux Tech Survey which is on YouTube.
Posted by Waqar M, alias "knowmorecomp", it's a short set of questions to elicit our user stories on how we came to Linux and what we think of it.
Give it a go and perhaps we could use yours in the form of a proper article for the My Story column in the magazine!
THE LINUX TECH SURVEY
When was the first time you actually heard of this thing called Linux?Do you or have you ever used Linux? If yes, for how long?What was the first Linux distro you used?How was your first time Linux experience?Do you agree that Linux can efficiently do all the daily computing tasks that an average user would do?What's your favourite Gnome Linux distro and why?What's your favourite KDE Linux distro and why?What Linux desktop environment do you like?Linux is for a. Pros b. Noobs c. Bothwhat are some of the things that Linux gives you that other OS's dont?What is/are some of your favourite Linux application(s)?Wha
Open Source Games Podcast
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 3, 2009
I wasn't planning on advertising this until the second episode was released, as I wasn't 100% happy on how the first one turned out, however...
I have just started a bi-weekly (video) podcast about software, video games, technology, ect... But it is specificity focused towards open source.
It is available at www.kzap.co.uk and any feedback is welcome, either here or at the kzap forums.
What do you guys think?
P.S. The second episode should be better.
Need Reliable Podcast Reader
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 15, 2013
Linux Mint (Ubuntu): I am looking for a reliable podcast reader that can check for new podcasts every like 5-10 minutes and can be loaded on boot. I have been using gPodder, but need to log into my account so that the application starts. In fact, I would not mind installing a linux media server that has the ability to read/download/check podcasts.
Full Circle Podcast #01 OUT NOW!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 27, 2010
Full Circle Podcast #01
Stop Wine-ing and Go Native!
That’s right folks, the Full Circle Podcast is back and better than ever! The podcast is available in both MP3 and OGG formats.
Robin says: we know the audio-mix is not great, so please bear with us. Thanks!
Runtime: 37 minutes.
* Robin Catling
* Ed Hewitt
* Dave Wilkins
Additional audio: Victoria Pritchard
Interesting Linux Podcast
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 5, 2009
Hi, I am looking for a good Linux podcast. However, all of them that I have found are either dry, very short, or swear like something out of a rated R movie. I also am looking for one that has a podcast tag genre on the ID3 tag so that it shows up in the podcast section on my Sansa View. Anyone have an suggestions? BTW I also want to plug a few things I found. I personally am into retro computing and found that the Computer Chronicles video episodes are online. (It's a really old computer tech show.) Another thing I found was the Retro Bits podcast. That's on retro computing. Cheers!