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LinuxWorld Podcast: Jeremy Allison

porkrind (314254) writes | more than 8 years ago

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Jeremy Allison is a household name among the open source-aware, having co-founded the SAMBA project, continuing his role as a lead developer there, and currently serving as one of several rock-star developers now employed by Novell. In this podcast, Jeremy Allison explains why *all* software is going free and why it's all due to the GPL. You also gJeremy Allison is a household name among the open source-aware, having co-founded the SAMBA project, continuing his role as a lead developer there, and currently serving as one of several rock-star developers now employed by Novell. In this podcast, Jeremy Allison explains why *all* software is going free and why it's all due to the GPL. You also get to listen in as a special guest drops by to visit. Listen to the edited version (23 mins.): linuxpip.org/jallison.mp3 OR get the raw, uncut, full version (50 mins.) with lots more on Microsoft, patents, and other goodies: linuxpip.org/jallison full monty.mp3 As always, you can get the latest LinuxWorld podcasts at linuxpip.org/lwpodcast.rss

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linvir (970218) | more than 8 years ago | (#15249279)

Do you have any thoughts on this Fair Use parody [slashdot.org] of your post? Do you have someone following you and plagiarising all your stuff?
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