Burning Circle

Burning Circle Episode 86

This week's episode brings the presenter being fixated on baking a cake for an as yet unplanned release party for Quantal Quetzal. Proposed names for the R release such as Rocking Robin were mentioned. What can we say? Cleveland and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame are in this LoCo!

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Burning Circle Episode 85

This week's episode contains an outright reading of the latest revision of the new draft Code of Conduct as of recording time on September 30th. Mister Engineer had to do seven edits to episode audio to cut out speaking mistakes that occured while the draft was being read out. Comments are due quickly to Laura Czajkowski ( czajkowski at ubuntu dot com) so that they can be included in the Community Council's discussion this Thursday. As we must not be a community of silence, you are encouraged to speak up and make yourself heard.

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Burning Circle Episode 84

This week's episode is posted early due to a Time Warner Cable outage that happened shortly after recording. Our broadband is back up but stability is an interesting question.

In this week's episode we talk about the conundrum of unity-lens-shopping as discussed by Martin Owens, Jono Bacon, and the Self-Appointed Benevolent Dictator For Life, Mark Shuttleworth. In pertinent part, the issue raised in the podcast was a question as to whether to be proactive in announcing a feature or being reactive when somebody else says something about it. Is anybody responsible for communicating to the non-developer mass market about these sorts of features prior to their incorporation? The impending event known as Ohio Linux Fest is also referenced in the show audio.

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LISTen: An LISNews.org Program -- Episode #212 / Burning Circle Episode 83

This week's episode is jointly numbered with LISTen: An LISNews.org Program and speaks to a situation that arose over the last week in North Africa.

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Burning Circle Episode 82

This week's episode is quick as it mention a change in how the LoCo will be represented at Ohio Linux Fest and also mentions the need to update machines ASAP for patches.

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