On 12/23/07, Rahul Sundaram <sundaram(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
Valent Turkovic wrote:
> first excuse me if this is the wrong mailing list. If there is
> better mailing list please point me in the right direction.
> Fedora has a really strong emphasize on communication and openness,
> and that is true in most part from the open communication on mailing
> lists and irc channels.
> AFAIK there is no fedora podcast, there was one unofficial but it died
> and it produced only a few (great) shows.
> I also rarely see and fedora exposure in other podcasts; there are
> fedora reviews and usually podcast hosts do a interview with Max
> Spevack once or twice a year and that is it.
This is not true. Others like Jeremy Katz have showed up in podcasts.
Ok, Jeremy also shows up in podcasts, I wasn't saying that only Max is
guest on some podcasts but that other distros and projects have are
more involved with their community through podcasts.
> There are lots of great fedora community members, fedora devels and
> redhat people that would make great guests on lots of podcasts... I
> believe they should approach podcast hosts with some interesting
> Fedora related project, new feature or any other interesting topic and
> go from there...
> It would be even better if Fedora had an official podcast, or even
> better a few official and few unofficial :)
Are you volunteering to lead the effort?
I'm not one of those who just complaing and does nothing for Fedora.
If I had the skills, gadgets and time to do a Fedora podcast you would
be already hearing me... but there must be some Fedora fans that can
do this beside me.
I tried to contribute in this way:
but I'm being completely ignored so far :(
And if you lookup my profile on redhat bugzilla you will see a dozen
of bugs that I reported and even more bugs on which I contributed.
> I listen to few of the most interesting linux podcasts and one
> that made me write this post was the Fedora 8 review and KDE4 review
> by Chris and Bryan form Linux Action Show podcast.
> They made a great show and reviewed Fedora 8 and gave their comments
> what they see as bad and good in Fedora 8 (LAS episode 67). They also
> said that KDE4 RC1 basically sucks or it should be still called beta
> not RC1.
> In the latest episode 68 Aaron Seigo from the KDE project got on as s
> guest to explain what is going on with the KDE 4.0 and that was a
> really revealing episode and really informative on multiple levels.
> This could be their best show to date.
> It would be great if somebody from Fedora agreed to do an interview
> for Linux Action Show regarding issues they have with Fedora 8. That
> would be a GREAT thing for us users and fans of Fedora...
I have send a mail before.
You send an email to Chris and Brian from Linux Action Show regarding
episode 67? What did you say in that email? Did you ask for a
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