I’ve subscribed to some more podcasts recently, and I thought I’d share them.
Novell Open Audio
This is a fairly Linux-centric podcasts, hosted by Ted Haeger of Novell. Novell are doing some crazy and cool things for the Linux desktop, with their flagship Linux desktop OS, SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10, shipping soon. I have actually moved from SUSE 10.1 to Fedora Core 5 on my main machine now (still running KDE though) I still have a lot of respect for what Novell do. And it’s a good job too.
In Novell Open Audio, Ted catches up with a load of really interesting people in the free software world (usually it has some Novell connection, though) and interviews them.
Check out Novell Open Audio here.
This hasn’t been updated in a while (I do hope it hasn’t been given up on), but this is a podcast hosted by Leo Laporte (I can’t count how many shows he hosts now) and Chris DiBona. It’s a good listen for people interested in Free/Libre/Open Source Software (that’s where FLOSS comes from).
Check out FLOSS Weekly; the latest episode is here.