January 24th, 2014
Sparked by some recent discussion, we’ve decided to resuscitate the LQ Radio site. While it’s possible we’ll post some additional podcasts at some point in the future, there are no definitive plans at this time. If nothing else this will serve as a permanent archive for the old podcasts that we did produce. I apologize for the hiatus. If you enjoyed the LQ Podcast, I’m now part (along with Bryan Lunduke, Stuart Langridge and Jono Bacon) of a bi-weekly podcast called Bad Voltage.
October 10th, 2008
A quick update. The LQ Podcast will be returning in the very near future. Thanks for the patience.
May 9th, 2008
The latest LinuxQuestions.org Podcast. Topics include a gratis Ubunu Live pass, Microsoft walks away from the Yahoo deal, the OpenSolaris community v2: prepare yourself and MySQL licensing redux.
April 9th, 2008
The latest LinuxQuestions.org Podcast. Topics include an update on the podcast, Lug Radio Live US, the MySQL Conference and Expo, a new advertising policy at LinuxQuestions.org, and the following OSBC coverage: opening keynotes with Jim Whitehurst, and Steven Pearson, The Future of Open Source, The Future of Operating Systems, What Open Source Can Learn from Microsoft and the Proprietary World, The State of the Open Source Database Market and the Footnote with Brad Smith. Due to time constraints I did not cover the second day, but it also included many great sessions/panels – including How to Guide an Enterprise into Open Source by Jon Williams and Forget the Factory: Enterprise IT is a Deli by r0ml Lefkowitz. Hopefully I’ll get a chance to cover those in the future.
Podcast, Linux, Open Source, LinuxQuestions.org, Sun, MySQL, Microsoft, OSBC
February 28th, 2008
The latest LinuxQuestions.org Podcast. Topics include the 2007 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Award winners, LQ is sponsoring LugRadio Live USA 2008 and the MySQL Conference and Expo, Sun and Open Source, Microsoft makes strategic changes in technology and business practices to expand interoperability and SCO plans rebound thanks to $100M lifeline.
Podcast, Linux, Open Source, LinuxQuestions.org, Sun, MySQL, Microsoft, SCO
February 6th, 2008
The LQ Radio Interview series continues. In this edition we have Orv Beach, Public Relations Committee Chair, and Gareth Greenaway, Operations Committee and Community Relations Chair, from SCALE – the Southern California Area Linux Expo. We discuss a variety of topics including the history and growth of SCALE, the rise of community/regional Linux expos, Linux and Open Source related news (including the Asus EEE PC and the Sun MySQL acquisition) and more. If you’re planning on attending SCALE and haven’t signed up yet, use the promo code “cast” to receive a 40% discount.
January 17th, 2008
The latest LinuxQuestions.org Podcast. Topics include the 2007 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards, official participation at LQ, OSBC coverage, Open Source code contains security holes, is Apple killing Linux on the desktop and Sun acquires MySQL.
Podcast, Linux, Open Source, LinuxQuestions.org, OSBC, Apple, Sun, MySQL, Oracle
January 7th, 2008
The latest LinuxQuestions.org Podcast. Topics include happy New Year from LQ, the 2007 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards, SCALE 6X, Matthew Szulik resigns as Red Hat CEO and is replaced by an airline COO, on the record with Jim Whitehurst, no more SCOX and McAfee issues warning over “ambiguous” Open Source licenses.
Podcast, Linux, Open Source, Red Hat, LinuxQuestions.org, SFLC, SCALE6X, SCO, SCOX, McAfee
December 19th, 2007
The latest LinuxQuestions.org Podcast. Topics include an update on the Sun / NetApp ZFS patent litigation: change of venue and prior art, a global Open Source Census, some Novell momentum, Red Hat: BofA downgrades; cites troubles with JBoss and CAOS report five: the SMB market opportunity.
Podcast, Linux, Open Source, Sun, ZFS, NetApp, Novell, Red Hat, JBoss
November 29th, 2007
I apologize for another short unplanned podcast hiatus. A new podcast should be posted next week. In the mean time, I have been blogging regularly about many of the same topics that are included in the podcast.