Burning Circle

Burning Circle 73

This week's episode recaps some highlights from the Local Community Team's IRC logs such as 7 June 2012 and asks how you do Ubuntu.

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Burning Circle Episode 72

After our brief break for the Memorial Day holiday, this week's episode picks up where Episode 71 left off discussing how you leave feedback for podcasts. Being able to see both sides of the matter might help us get out of our shells across the LoCo. Audio from the seventh episode of the fifth season of the Ubuntu UK Podcast is presented as the call we highlighted in Episode 71 made it to air.

Discussion is also presented about ubuntu-defaults-builder and how we created a bit of a metapackage in the Erie Looking Productions PPA. The metapackage might not suit your needs but it helps us keep a common base of software installed across the Xubuntu and Lubuntu boxes we utilize.

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Based on a work at podcast.ubuntu-uk.org.

Burning Circle Episode 71

This week we mention discussion of a new tablet by ZaReason and also have an example of calling into a podcast feedback line as exemplified by calling the Ubuntu UK Podcast from Ashtabula. This program's feedback line is powered for now by Google Voice and is 702-714-0397.

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Burning Circle Episode 71 by The Air Staff of Erie Looking Productions is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.

Burning Circle Episode 70

This week's episode talks about the start to the Quetzal cycle, mentions some brainstorm ideas the host put towards the Xubuntu team, and asks what the members of the Ohio LoCo plan to do this cycle.

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Burning Circle Episode 70 by The Air Staff of Erie Looking Productions is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.

Not Burning Circle 70

The Air Staff of Erie Looking Productions regrets that illness continues to prevent the production and release of programming this week. In the meantime we offer a story aired on X Minus One called "A Logic Named Joe" courtesy the Internet Archive. You can directly download the audio of such here in MP3 format. The story's original text by Murray Leinster can be found here courtesy Baen Free Library.

Barring further disruption, we expect to return with normal programming on or near May 14, 2012.