Burning Circle

2014-02-16 Status Update -- We're Still Off The Air

In light of current circumstances, there is a status update provided by the Air Staff of Erie Looking Productions. Matériel purchasing needs can be met via donation through an Amazon wishlist. We encourage you to enjoy episodes online of the 2013 reboot of The Tomorrow People while we remain off the air.

Burning Circle Episode 144

This year's final episode is released a few days later than expected. For the avoidance of doubt a transcript is presented below. Until new episodes start being released in 2014, we encourage you to enjoy the various posted episodes of the 2013 reboot of The Tomorrow People. (N.B. No sponsorship has been provided by The CW, we just like the show enough to recommend it especially with our UK counterpart going on about Doctor Who...)

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Welcome to the Burning Circle. This is episode 144 and is the final episode for 2013.

I will be likely promulgating a Delegation of Authority statement by way of the mailing list before the end of the calendar year. I will also have to forward such to the LoCo Council for their attention and ensure that my lateral counterparts are aware. There are some changes in circumstances on my part that right now will require such a Delegation to take place for at least 30 days.

The first alpha release of this cycle is coming out next week. Will you be ready to beat on the images for the various flavors? Please remember that nothing will be released for mainline Ubuntu during the alpha period.

Thank you all for sticking around for the wild ride that 2013 has been. Yeah, we have had changes and issues to cope with. So has the overall Ubuntu realm. Heading into 2014 we get to worry about communications and other issues.

This is the last podcast for the year. No new episodes will be released until an announcement is made in 2014. Keep an eye on planet dot ubuntu dot com for updates.

Thank you for joining us. Until next time, we'll be seeing you...

Due To Circumstances Beyond Our Control...

Due to spending 11 hours visiting an excellent facility outside Ashtabula County operated by the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and hideous winter weather increasing travel time in terms of additional hours, there is no episode for release on Wednesday. The Air Staff of Erie Looking Productions apologizes for this inconvenience. The second episode originally slated for Wednesday release will in fact be released later this week.

In the meantime, we suggest enjoying an episode or two of the 2013 reboot of The Tomorrow People that is available online.

Burning Circle Episode 143

This week's first episode brings a "DJ Read" of Profile America followed by an excerpt of a Christmas special from the World War 2-era Armed Forces Radio Service program Command Performance. A second episode will be released this week on Wednesday.

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Comments are possible in this Discourse thread

Burning Circle Episode 142

This week's episode briefly touches upon an important discussion we must have over at discourse.ubuntu.com and features some lighter fare from the United States Department of Agriculture radio features staff.

Download here (MP3) (ogg) (FLAC) (Speex), or subscribe to the podcast (MP3) to have episodes delivered to your media player. We suggest subscribing by way of a service like gpodder.net.

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Discuss this episode over at discourse.ubuntu.com