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FOSS Talk Live is back for 2018! It is happening on the 9th June at The Harrison near King's Cross in London.
The full lineup isn't final yet but it looks like members from the Ubuntu Podcast, Linux Voice, Late Night Linux, as well as Dave, Marius and Stuart will all be taking part in shows of some description. More info and tickets will be announced on Twitter so follow @FOSS_Talk for updates.
The last show at FOSS Talk Live 2017 was the Drunken Mashup Show. It Featured me Joe Ressington, Stuart Langridge, Dave Megaslippers and Marius Quabeck.
We answered some questions that had been submitted by anonymous strangers and discussed some of them with the live audience.
FOSS Talk Live is back!
The event will be strictly 18+ (no children allowed).
It will be free to attend with a bucket for voluntary contributions.
There will be live recordings of Linux Voice, Ubuntu Podcast, Late Night linux and a mashup show featuring Stuart Langridge, Dave Megaslippers, Marius Quabeck and Joe Ressington.
First of all let me say thanks to everyone who came, participated, bought beer and had a good time. There would have been no event without you all.
All of the live show recordings have now been released. Here they are in chronological order of the night:
Linux Luddites #84
Ubuntu Podcast S09E23½
Linux Voice Season 4 Episode 12
Drunken Mashup Show (feat Stuart Langridge and Dave Megaslippers)
I also talked about my experiences of the night on the JoeRess Podcast #21
Hopefully we’ll do something similar again soon.
The last show at FOSS Talk Live 2016 was dubbed the Drunken Mashup. It Featured me Joe Ressington, Stuart Langridge and Dave Megaslippers.
You can download the ogg file or the mp3 file.
BE WARNED that this show is NSFW. There was a lot of swearing from the very beginning including the very worst word. I was very drunk by this point and the show teetered on the brink of chaos throughout.
We discussed what it would take for a new mobile OS to have any chance of gaining market share in a world dominated by iOS and Android. We also briefly discussed games and proprietary software on Linux at the end.