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[News] New Audiocasts from Ohio Linuxfest 2009 and LugRadio

  • Subject: [News] New Audiocasts from Ohio Linuxfest 2009 and LugRadio
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 24 Oct 2009 19:26:11 +0100
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the_source Episode 10 "Ohio Linuxfest 2009" Released

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| This episode includes interviews from Ohio 
| Linuxfest 2009: 40 Years of Unix. Richard Weait 
| talks about Ontario Linuxfest and Open Street 
| Maps, Greg Boehnlein gives an overview of this 
| year's conference, Shawn Powers from Linux 
| Journal talks about the economy of linux, Dave 
| Yates talks about South East Linuxfest and Doug 
| McIlroy talks about the history of Unix.


Linux Outlaws 118 - Naughtify OSD

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| We recorded this episode in one room together 
| and are releasing to as soon as possible with 
| minimal editing for a change. Since both of us 
| are away for LugRadio Live and OggCamp at the 
| moment, this was the only way to get the 
| content out there without having a massive 
| delay. Therefore, show notes will be added 
| later, basically as soon as we get to it (most 
| likely after the LRL/OggCamp weekend has 
| wrapped up).


Editor's Note: Audio Production in Linux

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| One thing to beware when you're shopping for 
| external recording interfaces is they like to 
| boast of having skillions of plugins. But they 
| may not be the types of plugins you want. For 
| example, it's common to see numbers like 16 and 
| 24 I/O, but then they have only two mic preamps 
| and the rest are midi, SPDIF, ADAT, MIDI, line, 
| or instrument ports. I need lots of mic preamps 
| and line/instrument ports; the rest, no.
| Stay tuned for further Linux audio production 
| adventures, hopefully happy ones!



Ohio Linux Fest 2009 Report

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| This year was the first time ever that I've had
| the wonderful opportunity to visit Ohio Linux
| Fest, sometimes referred to as Ohio Linux Con.
| This year's theme was "40 Years of Unix" and
| there was a lot there that focused on that theme.


Ohio LinuxFest report: "Forty Years of Unix"

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| I just got back from OhioLinuxFest "Forty Years of
| Unix," and I want to report on what I heard, who I
| saw, and what I learned. I wasn't sure how it would
| be this year, with a slowed economy. Compared to
| last year, it had fewer exhibitors, but roughly the
| same number of attendees. The raffle tickets sold
| out, which is a good sign for any fund-raising
| activity.


The First Geek Wedding At a LinuxFest

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| At the Ohio LinuxFest yesterday, two Linux geeks were
| married â or had their projects merged into a single
| trunk, as the officiant, Lord Drachenblut, put it.
| The wedding of Randy Noseworthy (proprietor of the
| Juiced Penguin) and Janet Edmonson was announced last
| week and was live-tweeted by at least one attendee â
| here's his photo of the happy couple.


Recent:Registration deadline extended one more day

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| Due to overwhelming demand, we have extended the Ohio
| LinuxFest registration until midnight Tuesday, September 22.
| Please register today if you have not done so already and are
| planning on coming to Ohio LinuxFest 2009. Walk-in
| registrations at the day of the show may be possible for the
| enthusiast and professional packages (OLFU), subject to space
| availability


Ohio Linux Fest [September 25-27] Back to the Future of Linux!

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| Don't miss your last chance to register for Ohio Linux Fest! A mere two weeks
| away on September 25-27, it's coming faster than a Free Software freight train!
| Registration has been lighter than past years please forward this release to
| friends in the Ohio and surrounding areas. Columbus, Ohio The seventh annual
| Ohio LinuxFest will be on September 25-26, 2009 at the Greater Columbus
| Convention Center, in downtown Columbus, Ohio.


Ohio LinuxFest is ready for 40 Years

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| Ohio LinuxFest is definitely one of my favorite Linux and open-source
| conferences. If youâve never been to a Linux conference, now is a great time to
| begin. If you have, itâs also a great time to experience this conference.


Ohio LinuxFest 2009 Sept 25-26

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| Itâs only a little more than a month from now, the seventh Ohio LinuxFest.
| This year we will be  celebrating 40 years of Unix!

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