At 6pm pt, 7pm mt, 8pm ct, and 9pm et.... Kevin Hill, Jeff
Gerhardt, PJ Hyett, Doc Searls(Linux Journal), and Arne Flones have
a downright strange lined up tonight on The Linux Show!!
In Segment One - Hot News: We will be covering
the hot Linux news of the week. In particular we will talk about
the continuing controversy of reporters "making news." This week
the controversy takes the form of Ronny Ko at 32bits and his story
Linux: A Story Of Hype. In Segments Two- What is up
with Linux.Com and OSDN
We will be joined by Dean Henrichsmeyer , Site
Director of Linux.com and by Chris DiBona
Marketing Manager of OSDN Events. Dean has been an active Linux
advocate for six years now, and has been helping out in various
open source projects such as Themes.org. Dean
recently took the helm of the Linux.com portal.
Chris is VERY well know throughout the Linux community as "Grant
Chairman" of Linux International
and the Co-editor of Open Sources magazine. Over the last three
years, this is the fifth appearance on TLS by Chris DiDona.
The focus of the conversation is to discuss the changes in
portal economics over the last 12-18 months and what is in the
future for both OSDN and Linux.com. We will discuss the roles OSDN
and Linux.Com hope to fill as the future moves forward, and
identify the trends in financial models of the over saturated
portal space. In particular we will focus on those tools and assets
VA continues to focus back to the community.
In Segments Three- Of Penguins and Pigeons: The Triumph
of the RFC 1149 Implementation
This past week history was made in both the development of the
linux community and the larger Internet community with the long
awaited implementation of RFC 1149, and the creation of the
avian based Ultimate Wireless Network. We will be
joined tonight by the original writer of the RFC David Waitzman of
BBN Systems and Technologies Corporation. For details on the
original RFC, check out the web site for the
BLUG a Linux user group.
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