Andy’s idiotic decision to run ‘yum update’, within hours of the broadcast, screws his Fedora 15 (‘Mother’s Meaty Beefballs’) laptop up completely but David saves the situation by recommending he uses his Android phone to preserve his suboptimal audio quality and high dropout rate.
Luke decides to abstain by drinking Diet Coke while Andy and David slowly get inebriated to numb the pain.
The Unholy Triumvirate review (mostly positive) feedback from listeners for episode 1 so thanks to all of you who listened and contributed.
We are delighted to discover than Google Listen delivers the damning verdict: “‘This is not a podcast’ is not recognised as a podcast”. Comprehensive testing shows that most podcatchers and RSS readers work fine with TINAP while all the rubbish ones don’t.
Luke talks about the application process for the Google Summer of Code, we all take a look at the recently released Habari 0.7 blogging platform and Andy gives his first impressions of the Gnome 3 desktop environment.
Fab is not mentioned in this episode at all. Well not often anyway.
We then correctly forecast the results of all this week’s Champions League fixtures and look at Michael Jackson’s erection in South West London.
David ponders on the relative lack of coverage on identi.ca of the situation in Libya and Andy explodes on a political rant and then drops off (again).
This podcast is all about freedom so, in an exciting development, this episode is now available in glorious stereo and good old fashioned mono. Just hunt high and low for a ‘Mono’ button on your music player and your channels will be equalised.
Episode #2 File: TINAP2.ogg Duration: 1h 12m 30s Size: 28.8 MB
MP3: TINAP2.mp3 Size: 24.9 MB
This is not a podcast is not in stereo for all the mono lovers.
0:50 Lenny Henry’s purple hotel chain
1:20 Corenominal’s mo-no button
1:42 In Belgium they speak several different languages
2:03 Is this show just gonna be ‘what Fab said next’?
2:56 Getting down with the kidz
3:25 How to make a podcast
4:14 From The Pub
5:14 Configuring Arch
6:44 #tinap feedback
7:40 The winner of the first TINAP free draw
8:40 Thank you to everyone who listened
8:55 The Identi.ca review show
9:49 One of the few people whose business is up
10:18 The vision
11:06 Do you know any pilots?
12:23 Country yokel special
13:02 The posh show with Luke
13:16 Don’t make episode 2
14:10 The show must go on
14:44 Some other things that didn’t work #metapodacasting
15:13 This is not a podcast is not recognised as a podcast
16:23 Nothing to do with lingerie
17:15 It’s not worth repeating
17:57 LOL :D
20:57 Using and contributing to the Habari project
25:43 Developments on Identi.ca
26:24 Google Summer of Code
27:53 Libre.fm and GNU Social
29:28 The linkblogger king from Australia
30:42 It’s totally, totally awesome!
31:40 The reason I stopped using bookmarks
32:58 He had a Brazilian did he?
33:27 Frank’s red jelly castle
34:31 Congratulations to Robyn and Becky
35:22 Move to Wales and walk up hills
37:00 First against the wall !fatw
37:57 What. Fuck. What.
38:48 What was that wailing noise?
39:26 The difference between !groups and #tags
39:52 TechBytes podcast
40:25 I am !enraged! !ffs
41:20 GNOME 3
44:11 April Fools
46:00 Brion Vibber joining Gwibber?
46:11 We’ve had enough of your attention seeking
46:55 With your trilby hat on and your bayonet
48:02 Torres hasn’t scored yet
48:57 The massacre of Upton Park
49:46 Michael Jackson’s erection
50:21 The Aussie captain who lost three Ashes series
50:54 London Olympics 2012
51:34 FIFA 09
52:00 Luke and the sheepdog trials
52:27 What’s telematics?
53:15 Clive King
55:30 The awkward second unarmed uprising syndrome #libya
60:15 Fire drill
1:01:02 !Listening to #music
1:01:33 Björn & Gorden - Electrr - IV
1:04:54 Violet Youth - Together
1:10:34 How to deal with a bad review
1:10:59 We need to start loving each other a bit more
1:11:48 One day I’ll be like the rest of you and normal
How to make a podcast (Episode 200, soon to be released)by Linux Outlaws.
From The Pub, Adam Wilcox’s podcast.
Feedback for the show in Identi.ca.
Habari - a blogging platform with a minimalist GUI and a lean core written in Object Oriented PHP. Habari also includes a brilliant community providing help, support and jokes. Habari 0.7 was released last week.
Andy proudly takes delivery of the Exadata rack for Linux Outlaws.
The origins of the This is not a podcast ‘Vision’. Inevitably, this was a piss-take.
Luke attends a talk by Clive King of Sun about the complexity of different programming languages.
Unfortunately, the book review where the author popped in to respond with ‘Fuck off’ has now been removed but it will live long in the memory. And the Google cache.
Follow http://exador.status.net/ for Libya updates.
‘Together' by Violet Youth.