Posts Tagged ‘Ohio LinuxFest’
Show Notes #093
- Richard is looking forward to winter in Texas… all three days of it.
- Subscribers to LHS now have access to the Etherpad, or via the Etherpad link in the Content area of the LHS website.
- Black Sparrow Media now has a Twitter feed at BSM_Network.
- Richard rants: Ubuntu has added a nag screen to the download page requesting a donation.
- Linux Distributions for Ham Radio:
- Has Shackbox died? There does not seem to be much activity since 2009.
- Andy’s Ham Radio Linux CD by Andy, KB1OIQ, revisited. Version 11 was released in June, 2012, and is based on Ubuntu 11.10. Several of the tools have been updated to newer versions. Also at http://kb1oiq-andysham.sourceforge.net/
- Jeff Hodsdon published a list of influential ham radio operators, and neither Richard nor Russ are on that list! For shame!
- Russ and Richard interview Scott, N8VSI, our LHS ambassador at the 2012 Ohio LinuxFest. He had demos of xastir, fldigi, yfktest, and others. Scott had two computers running and a Raspberry Pi. Sadly, the official LHS banner didn’t show up until two days after the event. Scott is a member of the West Chester Amateur Radio Club which operates from the Voice of America Bethany Relay Station.
- The Old Texas Engineer sent an audio response to Episode 88 about High Speed Multimedia and mesh networks. He gives us some history of HSMM in Texas and his experiences with the technology. He mentions the Open Mesh project and the South Texas Balloon Launch Team website.
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- Thanks to Dave from Gamma Leonis for the theme music.
- “El Bubblino” by 20lb Sounds, from the album Bubblino. (That’s Dan Lynch’s band, one of the Linux Outlaws!)
- “Kitsch Me If You Can” by MMO, from the album Drunk Dial of the Year, courtesy of Jamendo.