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A Linux / FOSS show with a strong Scottish flavour hosted by ThistleWeb and Kevie. This show carries a strong language warning.
A disorganized stream of beer consciousness hosted by a man now to lazy to play guitar because the call of the brew is too strong. Hear him ramble on the topics of beer, music and Linux whenever he gets around to it.
/dev/random is a show created by a bunch of random people, at a random time, on random topics that MAY be of interest ... to someone. The show is available here and WAS also available via the AWESOME Hacker Public Radio (HPR) until they wised up.
Join Klaatu (ex-mac user) on his journey to save earth from evil patent encumbered codecs. This show is full of GNU, Linux, and Free Software goodness. This is the very first Oggcast known to man!
Information Underground is a more-or-less monthly audiocast starring klaatu, deepgeek, and lostnbronx, who pontificate, promulgate, and ruminate on topics that range far and wide beyond the tech world. This show is available only in Speex.
A musical Oggcast for and by the Ogg community. NetSafe music from all genres. Rock, Blues, Metal, Country, Classical, etc… Any Flavor of music is welcome to be showcased. Listener supported, meaning you have the opportunity to DJ up your own stuff. If you want to do a regular show GREAT, if you just want to do one show, that's great too. Tune in and listen, or submit a show so everyone can listen. May contain explicit material (dirty words) ;)
Maybe some of you have heard of the Linux Cranks? Maybe not, either way come join six of the old hosts each fortnight as they discuss all the latest linux news, linux gadgets and whatever else pops up. Be that basket weaving, fishing, woodworking, recipes, you name it. The Kernelpanic Oggcast is recorded "Live" every fortnight from the KPO Studios @ 10pm EST (give or take) Saturdays, Sunday Arvo's for the Ozzies.
Every month, Michael Sheldon present the Libre.fm podcast showcasing the most listened to free music on Libre.fm. The Libre.fm podcast is produced using the free software audio suite, Jokosher.
The Linux Cranks self-destructed in 2009. One day men will look back and say Linux Cranks gave birth to the 21st Century. -- thelastknowngod
Ogg Feed (Dead)
Lotta Linux Links (Dead)
Listen to my southern accent as I talk about linux, linux apps, cool linux sites, and tutorials. If you want to listen to a geek talk about linux, then give this a try.
Ogg Feed (Dead)
Speex Feed (Dead)
This show is about MythTV. MythTV is an open-source PVR that allows you to record tv programs (and filter out all the commercials) as well as manage all your media: your photos, music, and dvd collection. We will explore all of these features and more throughout this podcast. Please join us as explore this wonderful application.
The incoherant babblings of lostnbronx.
One Tech Over The Line
TuxJam is a show by Kevie which takes a look at some of the application and distros that have been released in the open source community and mixes in a variety of music to make the show both informative and entertaining.