Fullcircle Podcast Episode 30 Better Late Than Never.
Full Circle Podcast Episode 30 Better Late Than Never
Your new hosts take over the helm, and hope to provide the same level of quality that you expect.
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Runtime: 1hr 50mins
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Show notes after the jump.
Welcome to the new format podcast hosted by members of Blackpool LUG
Les Pounder (blog at http://about.me/lespounder/ twitter @biglesp)
Tony Hughes (Google + http://plus.google.com/101988366830118285114/)
Olly Clark (Google + http://plus.google.com/103073417601965434371/ twitter @ollyclarkdotorg)
Jon Chamberlain (Google + http://plus.google.com/102119503691228033435/ twitter @jonachamberlain)
00:00 Title Music
01:20 What we’ve been doing
Tony Statistical package GNUPSPP – SPSS FLOSS alternative Tutorials needed!! Any takers?
Olly Skype Installation woes, followed by encryption woes with ecryptfs -> now using TrueCrypt instead
Playing with new RaspberryPi
Attended Preston Raspberry Jam
Jon MythTV care-and-maintenance
Fedora server rebuild (HDD RIP)
Laptop battery replacement – Amazon customer service FTW -YMMV!
Les Attended Preston and Cambridge RJs
Interviewed Ebon Upton (cheekily)
Interviewed Freaky Clown (rudely)
Busy Planning for OggCamp 2012
Google IO – Nexus 7 tablet launch info
– Android Jellybean
– Google Glass developer kit available
– Nexus Q media streamer
Updated Ubuntu Getting Started Guide released Oracle MySql bug release disk consumption
PHP 5.4/5.3 bug fixes released LibreOffice point release 3.5.5 – stability fixes (if you need them) and Calc and Impress minor enhancement Firefox new tab privacy fixes RaspberryPI Raspbian distro update – Floating point and Chromuim optimisations FirefoxOS – Mobile platform announcement
32:10 Interview with Freaky Clown – Surrey Hackspace
57:45 RaspberryJam Preston – UCLAN/@teknoteacher
Dr Simon Monk – “Mr Arduino” – using with RaspPi (GPIO ports)
Ben Croston – Developer of GPIO modules for Debian and Fedora – Member of RaspberryFilling project course material for use in schools
Kefin Hoyle – laptop shrimping – repurposing old hardware – GBP4 arduino kit – Open Hardware track at OggCamp
James Meers – getting started with Rpi, interesting projects – promo kits – demo of Quake 3 on the Rpi – RPi as a thin client
Ian Dixon – host of Digital Lifestyle podcast
1:05:30 Cambridge RaspberryJam – recorded mini podcast in car Website: Raspberryjam.org.uk
streamed live over Google Hangout
Very well attended – lots of interesting speakers
London Zoo using mesh network using webcam module to monitor animal health
BigTrak/Rpi/PS2 game pad mashup
Keith Upton – head of RISC OS project for RPi
x10i project – provides 14 inputs and outputs, connects to RPi and can chain up to 8 together
RPi Prototypes on displayed
Webcam connection to RPi
Cambridge photos online 1:15:15 Interview Ebon Upton
1:29:50 FC Magazine content discussion
Sky maps – Stellarium, Aladin
Space Simulators – Google Earth, and others
Amateur astro photograhpy
Sky map apps on Android
Linux lab – linking devices to Twitter
Closing windows – application alternatives under Linux
Gnome3 – KDE
1:45:00 Upcoming Events
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Full Circle is a free, independent, monthly magazine dedicated to the Ubuntu family of Linux operating systems. Each month, it contains helpful how-to articles and reader submitted stories.
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