Title: The one without Andrew, mostly.
In this episode: Google releases its own command-line tool, Ubuntu drops F-Spot, and has anyone seen Mandriva? Listen to the results of our haiku challenge, and we ask, do you use open source software for freedom or function?
What's in the show:
Google has released a command-line tool, called GoogleCL, to access many of its own services. Following Fedora, Ubuntu is going to replace the F-Spot photo manager with young upstart, Shotwell, for its next release. And where has Mandriva gone?
- You Dare Us:
Listen to Paul and Graham's lack of ability at writing haiku and limericks, while Mike's were actually pretty good.
- Discovery of the week:
- The world's best open source reverb plugin, MVerb.
- In the Hot Seat:
This episode, it's Graham Morrison's turn to hold the dousing rod of fate.
- Open Ballot:
- Special offer: subscribe to Linux Format magazine and save up to 40%
Presenters: Andrew Gregory, Paul Hudson, Graham Morrison and Mike Saunders
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