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Philip Newborough


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episodes: 5

hpr1661 :: OggCamp Interview with Paul Tansom

Released on 2014-12-15 under a CC-BY-SA license.

In today's show, Philip Newborough interviews Paul Tansom, a regional co-ordinator for Code Club.

In the interview, Philip and Paul discuss:

  • What's involved in being a Code Club volunteer
  • How to get involved
  • How Code Club and the UK national curriculum compliment each other
  • Code Club Pro

The interview was conducted at OggCamp 14, a free culture unconference, held in Oxford UK on the weekend of October 4th-5th 2014.


hpr1659 :: OggCamp Interview with Jon Archer

Released on 2014-12-11 under a CC-BY-SA license.

In today's show, Philip Newborough interviews Jon Archer, the UK Fedora Ambassador.

In the interview, Philip and Jon discuss:

  • Jon's role as a Fedora Ambassador
  • Recent happenings in the land of Fedora
  • Jon's involvement with the new UK Fedora Podcast

The interview was conducted at OggCamp 14, a free culture unconference, held in Oxford UK on the weekend of October 4th-5th 2014.


hpr1628 :: OggCamp Interview with Peppertop Comics

Released on 2014-10-29 under a CC-BY-SA license.

In today's show, Philip Newborough interviews Mark of Peppertop Comics. Peppertop Comics create free, open-source web comics. The comics are produced on Linux using Inkscape and MyPaint.

The Greys.

The interview was conducted at OggCamp 14, a free culture unconference, held in Oxford UK on the weekend of October 4th-5th 2014.


hpr1621 :: OggCamp Interview with James Tait

Released on 2014-10-20 under a CC-BY-SA license.

In today's show, Philip Newborough interviews James Tait of Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu.

James talks about his work on the now defunct Ubuntu One project, and his current work with Ubuntu Phone. James is a super-nice guy, knowledgeable and very gracious. He was a pleasure to interview.

James Tait (right) with Mark Shuttleworth (left) at Corinthia Hotel Budapest.

PICTURED: James Tait (right) with Mark Shuttleworth (left).

The interview was conducted at OggCamp 14, a free culture unconference, held in Oxford UK on the weekend of October 4th-5th 2014.


hpr1608 :: Interviews at Lincoln LUG

Released on 2014-10-01 under a CC-BY-SA license.

In today's show, Philip Newborough interviews fellow members of Lincoln LUG. Each interviewee is asked 3 simple questions:

  1. What was your first experience of Linux?
  2. What distro and desktop environment/window manager are you currently using?
  3. What tools/utilities/applications can you not live without?

The participating LUG members were not given the questions in advance and the resulting answers were quite varied. Hopefully, this collection of interviews will provide you, the listener, with a good understanding of the broad mix of Linux users who attend Lincoln LUG.

Members of Lincoln LUG.

The members who were interviewed, in order, were:

  1. Dave Armour
  2. Myles Thaiss
  3. Phil Gobbett
  4. Jo Minchin
  5. Graham Markall
  6. Sarah Markall
  7. Becky Newborough
  8. Darren Scott
  9. Adrian Farrow
  10. Emma Martin

Note: Lincoln LUG meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Lincoln Bowl. The interviews were conducted outside the bowl and some background noise can be heard, we hope this does not affect your enjoyment of this episode.


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