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hpr0947 :: Presentation by Jared Smith at the Columbia Area Linux Users Group

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Hosted by Neodragon on 2012-03-20 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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In today's show our newest host Neodragon brings us a presentation by Jared Smith at the Columbia Area Linux Users Group.

You can email Neodragon at linuxgeekster.stahl@gmail.com or contact him as Mathew Stahl on Google+

Links

LinuxBasix Podcast: http://linuxbasix.com
CALUG or Columbia Area Linux Users Group: http://www.calug.org
The Fedora Project: http://www.fedoraproject.org


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Comment #1 posted on 2012-03-21T01:17:51Z by pokey

Great show

This was fantastic! I really enjoyed it. Jared seems like maybe the nicest guy in the world. If I ever see him at a conference, I'm making it a point to shake his hand.

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