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    Re: 20040-01-21

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    For any of you fans out there this weeks show is a three day affair coming to you live from the Linux World Expo a schedule of the show times appears here. The archives will be available for viewing each day so check schedule page to see if the archive(s) you are interested in has been uploaded.
    Yep. I've been watching it some. It's gotten too busy at times. Works fine with the helix player.

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    2004-02-10

    Tonight Live: Dave Whitinger Plus Microsoft Monoculture>> on The Linux Show!!
    Tonight: On The Linux Show!!
    Tuesday, February 17th, 2004 from Chicago IL
    Tonight on www.thelinuxshow.com.


    Kevin Hill, Arne Flones, Doc Searls, Russ Pavlicek AND Jeff Gerhardt are bringing you a great show tonight ready to go!!!!!!


    Segment One- The News. We will cover THE HOT NEWS of the week including: More on the Novell Linux Coming out party, Microsoft news (told you so), the EU pounces, a clueless pundit or two........ and way more.

    Show Links:

    IBM to launch MS Office for Linux
    Microsoft dominance security risk
    EU rejects MS lastest offer
    MS loss not Linux's gain
    Will Longhorn become MS's Linux distribution
    Disney board rejects Comcast offer
    Why the UN's Information Society Summit is doomed to failure
    Remains of Darwin's ship may lay under Essex mud
    Open letter to Sun: Let Jave go!
    Sun CEO: Open Source is our friend
    February 16, 2004: Who's the worlds fastest Linux Distro
    Arch Linux : An end to my distro shuffle?
    New site: Linux Beginner.org

    The Weekly SCO

    Redhat seeks action on behalf of Lehman Brothers
    IT Investor's Journal: An analysis of the SCO Group
    AT&T trips up SCO
    SCO Group demands on fees may spark action
    SCO makes no license sales in ANZ

    Segment Two- Dave Whitinger and the (e)LXer of life-



    We will be joined tonight by Dave Whitinger. Dave has been on TLS many times, including last falls LinuxToday Anniversary show. Tonight we will chat with Dave about his latest couple undertakings including his new LXer news site.


    Dave worked for Red Hat in 1997, and in 1998 he co-founded Linux Today with Dwight Johnson. After selling Linux Today to internet.com, he worked with Atipa in their web services department until everyone was laid off. For much of 2002, he worked for the good folks at LWN.net, helping them with business development issues after their unacquisition from TUCOWS.


    LXer(.com) (pronounced Elexer) is a Linux news website whose goal is to be driven by an editor who knows and cares about the Linux community, has only relevant and tasteful (and text-based!) advertisements, frequently updated with useful and interesting stories, announcements, reviews, security alerts and editorials, fun features to give easy access to the news, community participation through discussion forums and open story queue moderation, and an open database (compltely open with external links included. Anyone can have their own Linux news website using our feed!)
    The show starts in just over an hour from this post and as always goes into the archives ASAP after completion.

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    2004-02-24

    Tonight Live: The OSDL Desktop Initiative>> on The Linux Show!!
    Tonight: On The Linux Show!!
    Tuesday, February 24th, 2004 from Chicago IL
    Tonight on www.thelinuxshow.com.

    Kevin Hill, Arne Flones, Doc Searls, Russ Pavlicek AND Jeff Gerhardt are
    bringing you a great show tonight ready to go!!!!!!

    Segment One- The News. We will cover THE HOT NEWS of the week including:
    Shame on Intel, Microsoft returns to its DARK SIDE, Wide Spread news on
    the desktop, a clueless pundit or two........ and way more.

    Segment Two- OSDL DESKTOP LINUX WORKING GROUP INITIATIVE -

    We will be joined tonight by Stacey Quandt. Stacey is a principal
    analyst at OSDL. She is responsible for covering key market trends
    important to IT vendors and corporate end users of Linux. She is a
    principal speaker for the Lab at industry conferences and trade shows
    and plays a leadership role in developing Lab market research, technical
    publications and industry opinion pieces. Prior to joining OSDL she was
    an industry analyst at Forrester Research, where she created the firm's
    Open Source Research Competency. There she advised Fortune 1000
    customers with tactical and strategic advice on Linux and published
    research. A popular speaker at industry conferences and events, she has
    presented at LinuxWorld Conference & Expo, Oracle OpenWorld, the
    National and Local eGovernment Programs, GigaWorld IT Forum, IBM
    Roadshows, Sun Microsystems ISV Advisory Board, and many others.

    OSDL or the Open Source Development Lab, is the present home to Linus
    Torvalds, the creator of Linux. OSDL is dedicated to accelerating the
    growth and adoption of Linux. Founded in 2000 and supported by a global
    consortium of Linux customers and IT industry leaders, OSDL is a
    non-profit organization that provides Linux expertise and computing and
    test facilities in the United States and Japan available to developers
    around the world.

    In January OSDL launched a new Desktop Linux Working Group initiative
    focused on greater use of Linux on desktops throughout the enterprise.
    The initiative was created in response to OSDL constituents from around
    the world, including the United States, Europe, Japan and China. The
    shared goal is to create a forum where a range of desktop usage models
    can be studied with recommendations on improvements to encourage broader
    adoption of Linux. The charter of the Desktop Linux Working Group is to
    work with the open source community to identify a broad set of Linux
    desktop models, then develop specifications and deliver reference
    implementations.

    This working group is also supported by OSDL's Linux User Advisory
    Council, which is comprised of senior IT executives from global 500
    companies. The overall working group objectives have been developed by
    an exploratory committee with representatives from freedesktop.org, HP,
    IBM, Intel, Novell, OSDL, Red Hat and Sun Microsystems.

    This working group has the interest and full support of OSDL members.
    The use of Linux on the desktop is exploding around the world, far
    faster than even we at TLS expected. According to market research firm
    IDC, paid shipments of Linux rose to 2.8 percent of desktop operating
    systems in 2002, up from 1.7 percent two years earlier. In 2004, it is
    expected to surpass the total new product shipments for the Mac OS.

    So, tonight we explore the role of the new desktop initiative, and we
    examine the future of Linux desktops.

    If you are in a band or represent an artist, please contact us ASAP to
    be added to our play list.

    Please join us on the show, and check our IRC Chat (irc.thelinuxshow.com
    #linuxshow).
    Catch the Linux show at www.thelinuxshow.com"

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    2004-03-02


    Tonight Live: A WIKI of Note and Shall we Tremble? >> on The Linux Show!!
    Tonight: On The Linux Show!!
    Tuesday, March 2nd, 2004 from Chicago IL
    Tonight on www.thelinuxshow.com.


    Kevin Hill, Arne Flones, Doc Searls, Russ Pavlicek AND Jeff Gerhardt are bringing you a great show tonight ready to go!!!!!!


    Segment One- The News. We will cover THE HOT NEWS of the week including: fear reigns supream as the SCO deadline came and went, Microsoft's Balmer Spews anew, a clueless pundit or two........ and way more.


    Segment Two- The Linux Questions dot org Wiki

    We will be joined by Jeremy Garcia of LinuxQuestions.Org and talk about
    their new WIKI WIKI.

    If you are in a band or represent an artist, please contact us ASAP to
    be added to our play list.

    Please join us on the show, and check our IRC Chat (irc.thelinuxshow.com
    #linuxshow).
    Catch the Linux show at www.thelinuxshow.com"

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    2004-03-30

    Tonight: On The Linux Show!!
    Tuesday, March 30th, 2004 from Chicago IL
    Tonight on www.thelinuxshow.com.

    Kevin Hill, Arne Flones, Doc Searls, Russ Pavlicek AND Jeff Gerhardt are
    bringing you a great show tonight ready to go!!!!!!

    Segment One- The News. We will cover THE HOT NEWS of the week including:
    TLS has a child, Unhappy web host clients make unhappy web host company,
    the word is out for the RIAA and it STINKS, Microsoft's tap dances,
    Novell on the path, NASA has a great month, a clueless pundit or
    two........ and way more.

    Story Links

    * The News This Weeks
    o The Linux Daily! (http://thelinuxdaily.com)
    o File-Sharing No Threat to Music Sales-By David McGuire
    Washington Post
    o Novell management tool going open source-By Stephen
    Shankland - CNET News.com
    o Linux Juggernaut Rolls On-By Bill Snyder - TheStreet.com
    o ARM embeds new instruction set for 2.6 Linux kernel-By Matt
    Whipp - PCPro UK
    o HP And Novell Team On Linux-By Gregg Keizer - TechWeb News
    o Torvalds: Open Source Keeps People Honest-By Staff -
    Information Week
    o Open Source Heroes-By Rick Nicholas - Geek Speak
    o Mandrake Is On The Move-By Kurt Wall - Linux Planet
    o Hyper jet-By Staff - NASA
    o More Clues Emerge to Mars' Watery Past-By Staff - NASA
    o Share Fixes, NASA Asks- By Staff - TechWeb
    o Save 80 per cent with Linux, claims Novell- By Daniel
    Thomas -VuNet
    o Microsoft Preparing to Release Code to Open Source (not
    quite...) -By Gavin Clarke - Computer Business Review
    o -By
    * The Weekly SCO
    o SCO Wants to Split IBM/Linux Fight into Two -By Alexander
    Wolfe - Internet News

    Segment Two- Our guest had the jitters and has backed out-

    We will be doing an extended news segment tonight.

    If you are in a band or represent an artist, please contact us ASAP to
    be added to our play list.

    Please join us on the show, and check our IRC Chat (irc.thelinuxshow.com
    #linuxshow).
    Catch the Linux show at www.thelinuxshow.com"
    The show starts in just about 2 hours from this post and the new Daily Show is now operating check it out as well.

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    2004-04-06

    Tonight Live: The FCC is still trying to kill the small ISP Industry! >> on The Linux Show!!
    Tonight: On The Linux Show!!
    Tuesday, April 6th, 2004 from Chicago IL
    Tonight on www.thelinuxshow.com.


    Kevin Hill, Arne Flones, Doc Searls, Russ Pavlicek AND Jeff Gerhardt are bringing you a great show tonight ready to go!!!!!!


    Segment One- The News. We will cover THE HOT NEWS of the week including: TLS has a child, Unhappy web host clients make unhappy web host company, the word is out for the RIAA and it STINKS, Microsoft's tap dances, Novell on the path, NASA has a great month, a clueless pundit or two........ and way more.




    Segment Two- A Call to Action- Can we save the Internet?-



    We will be joined tonight by the CEO & president of Brand X Internet, Jim Pickrell. Jim has announced a call to action for ISPs and their customers to form a coalition that will advance the cause of open, non-discriminatory access to broadband networks of all kinds. Many ISPs, WISPs and ISP industry association executives have already expressed interest and their support in joining the alliance. Jim has fought this battle on his own so far. With the very capable representation of his counsel Harvey Reiter, they have successfully and single-handedly challenged the FCC. Now its time to take this to the next level.


    Jim has been waging a one man battle since Novebmer of 2004 against the phone and cable companies. You can find out more about Jim original call to arms at http://www.tmcnet.com/usubmit/2004/Jan/1022607.htm. Recently the success of his efforts have caused a stir in the ISP industry that is motivating the ISP associations to pull together and try to get politically organized.


    We at TLs recognise the battle that is before Jim, having had the experience of trying to get the now stalled "GeekPac" political action committee started in the Open Source movement. It is HARD to get people politically organized around a narrow group of issues, even when their livelyhood is at stake. It is very hard to get a non-partisan movement started. So, some of us here at TLS have agreed to through what weight we had behind Jim's movement.


    Also joining us will be a representative from ISPCON, the ISP trade association conference & expo, probably their President Jon Price. TLS will be participating in ISPCON and will be doing some lobbying with the FCC and other parties in DC.

    The show starts an hour from this post and should be available in the archives after completion.

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