I was leaving my hotel room after the end of OggCamp, thinking to myself I had enough interviews recorded and something made me go back and get my recorders. I'm glad I did as I bagged some fantastic interviews.
The first one was with Rebecca Newborough web mistress of the Lincoln LUG http://lincoln.lug.org.uk/ on how to start a LUG. The first step is to visit the UK Linux User Groups site at http://lug.org.uk/
We all went to the Leaf venue for food and conversation http://thisisleaf.co.uk/#/on-bold-street/, while there I interviewed a few gentlemen starting with Kris Findlay about changes at his LUG and his work at Krisilis IT Solutions www.krisilis.com
Raspberry Pi GPIO Demo http://www.slideshare.net/azmodie/introduction-to-raspberry-pi-and-gpio
Video on youtube (should also play after slide 14 on slideshare) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkXMnCBs2ms
The Software Society http://www.thesoftwaresociety.org.uk
Then we had a chat with Ian Closs over from Ireland. We discussed the local FLOSS scene, Mark Shuttleworth https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Shuttleworth who will be attending SkyCon http://skycon.skynet.ie/2012/ and Archeology.
To round it all off a long round up with Fabian A. Scherschel http://sixgun.org/fabsh/ who true to his word gave me an interview for HPR. Of course he is still on record to submit a show to HPR himself.
You might think that's the end of OggCamp but I still have shows from last year to post :)