TCLP 2012-06-25 My Podcast Production Process

This is a feature cast, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

The hacker word of the week this week is fork bomb.

The feature this week is an explanation of my production process and tools for the podcast. I mentioned the FLOSS manual for Ardour, the github project containing my encoding and feed management scripts and the mp4v2 library.

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TCLP 2012-05-14 How This Hacker Sees Public Policy

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I will not be headed to OSCon in July after all but will be keeping my other event and travel commitments for the rest of this month, and June.

The hacker word of the week this week is fork.

The feature this week is another monologue trying to bring to the surface my hackish assumptions, this time on how I see public policy, especially my own experiences in cultivating a second career recently in this space.

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TCLP 2012-04-30 How This Hacker Sees Meritocracy

This is a feature cast, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

This month, save for Balticon towards the end, should be pretty quiet.

Listener feedback this week was from Ralph looking for information on Commottion Wireless; Jon, ConFigures and Jim on the meaning of feeling your oats with relation to its original usage; Charles on the question of failure despite feeling your oats; and Daniel who was asking about a podcast on how I produce the podcast.

The hacker word of the week this week is foreground.

The feature this week is another monologue trying to bring to the surface my hackish assumptions, this time on how I see the suggestion of meritocracy in the FLOSS world.

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TCLP 2012-04-02 Inner Chapter: Feeling Your Oats

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Listener feedback this week is from Florian, who wrote in response to the episode about Andrea’s Linux Switch and recommended Shotwell in Digikam doesn’t work out, and Brendan who recommended the radio program and podcast, Spark from CBC in particular episode 174, and to share his own experiences support his family’s use of Linux.

The hacker word of the week this week is for values of.

The feature this week is an Inner Chapter on the experience of feeling your oats, that is feeling especially confident or energetic. I think of it as a book end piece to the chapter on adjustment, especially my thoughts on the dis-location that comes with starting a new job. Some of the discussion also touches on the chapters on stretching yourself and personal growth.

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TCLP 2012-03-04 Combating Geek Fatigue

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Listener feedback this week is from Eric, Bryan and Will all in some way responding to the last feature about switching my wife back to Linux.

The hacker word of the week this week is for free.

The feature this week is a further discussion of a topic I’ve visited before, geek fatigue, this time focusing more on combating it, especially the form the arises from experiences like my return to Linux.

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TCLP 2012-02-12 Switching My Wife Back to Linux

This is a feature cast, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

If you are going to be in the North Eastern part of the US in March, check out North East Linux Fest and LibrePlanet. Thanks, Jonathan, for pointing these out to me.

Listener feedback this week is from Lachlan and Steve both of whom wrote in response to my feature on hackish assumptions. Lachlan also questioned why hackers should cultivate some awareness of public policy. Steve is in favor of my proposed talk for Ohio Linux Fest. I hope to have a beta of the talk at Balticon in May.

The hacker word of the week this week is footprint.

The feature this week is the story of how and why I switched my wife back to use Linux full time..

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TCLP 2012-01-22 Monologue: How This Hacker Sees The World

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The hacker word of the week this week is fool.

The feature this week is a monologue that attempts to bring to the surface some of the assumptions that inform my world view as a self identified hacker for examination and hopefully discussion.

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TCLP 2012-01-08 Inner Chapter: At All Levels

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Listener feedback this week came from Thomas who wrote to let me know PuTTY is available in Debian based Linux distros as well as on Windows.

The hacker word of the week this week is foobar.

The feature this week is an Inner Chapter in the challenges and opportunities of working at all levels.

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TCLP 2011-10-23 Readings from (c)ontext

This is a feature cast, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

In the intro I gave a brief travel update–I’ll be in San Francisco for the Silicon Valley Human Rights conference, Brussels for the EU Hackathon and Paris in December. I thanked Jed for treating me to dinner and beer while he was out inĀ  the DC area. I observed a moment of silence to commemorate the passing of Dennis Ritchie.

Listener feedback this time was from Eric in response to the interview from last week.

The hacker word of the week this week is FOD.

The feature this week includes a couple of readings from Cory Doctorow’s just released essay collection, (c)ontext.

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TCLP 2011-09-25 Membership and Differences in Community (Fixed)

This is a feature cast, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

Update: A listener brought to my attention a couple of spots in this episode’s audio that were very problematic. I have fixed the original audio and reposted for anyone who hasn’t yet listened to the episode.

The hacker word of the week this week is Flyspeck 3.

The feature this week is a discussion of some of my recent experiences with communities and the questions they raise.

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