LugRadio Live 2009 is tomorrow!
I hope to see you there
The tickets are now available for LugRadio Live 2009, visit http://www.lugradio.org/live/2009/ to reserve yours now!
On Saturday 24th October 2009, several hundred Linux users from all over the world will be descending on The Newhampton Arts Centre, Wolverhampton, for LugRadio Live 2009.
Just over a week ago I upgraded my laptop (a Fujitsu Amilo Li1718) to Ubuntu 9.04, using the release candidate. I found it to be very impressive. Previously I had had to jump through various hoops to get everything working. Now (hopefully) those days are gone.
As revealed at the Christmas Bash, here are the answers to the quiz:
Congratulations to the winners.
Back by popular demand (well somebody asked me if I would do another one
this year!), here is this year's Christmas Quiz. Answers (and maybe a
prize) at the Christmas Bash on the 17th December (Answers will be
posted on the mailing list afterwards).
Please email your answers directly to me and not to the list.
For a bit of variation, this year some of the questions may have a
science fiction and/or a computer angle, but I will not tell you
which!Be prepared to waste hours (or days!) visiting some very obscure
corners of the internet. There is at least one trick question.
I am looking for feedback on how much people would be prepared to pay for entrance to next years event.
Please vote here if you have not already done so.
Well, it's finally over, LugRadio Live UK 2008 has finished as has the podcast. To sum it up in one word, Wow.
Just a few of the many highlights:
Friday night at the Hogshead - so many people and meeting people who know of me by reputation.
The Chinny Racoon.
Andy Robinson's OSM talk was very well attended and from what I saw there was a steady stream of visitors to the OSM stand. Alex's A0 plots of the Wolverhampton city centre showed just what can be achieved by this project.