Title: Space Shuttle
Guest presenter: Mark Shuttleworth
In this episode: We celebrate the release of Gnome 2.26 and talk
about the Chromium browser. Could the Linux community have done more
to capitalise on the weak take-up of Windows Vista, and how can we
prepare ourselves for Windows 7? And is it a good thing to have two
competing desktop environments?
What's in the show
- News: Gnome 2.26 is
released, and we give Chromium a go (though we
know we shouldn't).
- Hot Topic: Could we have done more to capitalise on the slow
take-up of Vista? And how do we prepare for the release of Windows
- Discovery of the week:
- Open Ballot: Is it a good thing for Linux to have two competing
desktop environments (KDE and Gnome), or does it just serve to confuse
newbies and duplicate effort?
- Special offer: subscribe to Linux Format magazine and save up to
to 55% - that's just $7.62 an issue!
Presenters: Andrew Gregory, Paul Hudson, Graham
Morrison, Mike Saunders, Mark Shuttleworth
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