About the show
After years of producing Linux, BSD and Other Open Source Podcasts, I came to the realization that we almost always focus on the technology. It makes sense, we all love tech, that's why we are who we are. But the community we are apart of is full of varied and fascinating people that make that tech. This is my attempt to highlight the people who are helping dream up and build the future around us.
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Episode 19: Kris Moore - Senior Vice President Of Engineering at iXsystems
September 7th, 2021 | 55 mins 17 secs
chia, development, freebsd, freenas, games, growing up, ixsystems, kubernetes, linux, microsoft, open source, openbsd, storage, truenas, windows
Kris is the Senior Vice President of Engineering at iXsystems and the developer behind the PC-BSD Project.
Episode 18: E.G. Nadhan - Chief Architect and Strategist for Red Hat North America
August 24th, 2021 | 1 hr 21 secs
linux, open source
Episode 17: Tom Jones - FreeBSD Developer
July 27th, 2021 | 42 mins 6 secs
conferences, development, freebsd, internet, linux, networking, open source, streaming, unix, wireless
Tom Jones is an Internet Researcher and FreeBSD developer that works on improving the core protocols that drive the Internet. He is a contributor to open standards in the IETF and is enthusiastic about using FreeBSD as a platform to experiment with new networking ideas as they progress towards standardisation.
Episode 16: Aoife Moloney - Community Platform Engineering Team at Red Hat
July 20th, 2021 | 38 mins 47 secs
centos, community, development, family, growing up, ireland, linux, open source, red hat, teamwork, work life balance
Aoife is a member of the CPE Team at Red Hat
Episode 15: Mark Harding - CTO of Minds.com
July 13th, 2021 | 40 mins 53 secs
artificial intelligence, covid, development, freedom, linux, machine learning, open source, php, transparency
Mark Harding is the CTO of Minds.com, an open source Social Network that pays you for your content. We talk about how he got into Open Source Development, what let him to building a social network, and how AI fits into an open mindset.
Episode 14: Neal Gompa - Contributor to Fedora, OpenSUSE, Mandriva, and CentOS
June 29th, 2021 | 44 mins 38 secs
centos, community, development, fedora, linux, mandriva, open source, opensuse, red hat
Neal is a long time Linux user who has contributed to a multitude of projects over the years.
Episode 13: Chris Waid - CEO and Founder of Think Penguin
April 6th, 2021 | 1 hr 28 mins
linux, open source
Chris and I talk about his introduction to Linux, his concerns over proprietary hardware, and his motivations for starting ThinkPenguin.
Episode 12: Colin Percival - Developer of Tarsnap and FreeBSD Developer
March 30th, 2021 | 57 mins 21 secs
amazon, assembly, cheri project, development, freebsd, linux, open source, programming, secure backups, security, tarsnap
Colin Percival is the Developer of Tarsnap and a FreeBSD Developer.
Episode 11: Jon "maddog" Hall - Board Chair for the Linux Professional Institute
March 23rd, 2021 | 2 hrs 27 mins
linux, open source
maddog and I talk about he got started working in technology, the early days of #Linux, and the various #opensource projects he's involved with.
Episode 10: Luke Leighton - Lead Dev and Project Coordinator for Libre-SOC
March 16th, 2021 | 56 mins 50 secs
atari, college, cpu, development, libresoc, linux, open source, open source hardware, openpower, osh, riscv, samba, sunos, university
Luke Leighton is the Lead Dev and Project Coordinator for Libre-SOC
Episode 9: Dan Langille - Sysadmin at Talos/Cisco
March 9th, 2021 | 49 mins 49 secs
486, bsdcan, cisco, computer science, firewall, freebsd, jordan hubbard, netflix, new zealand, open source, ottawa, ports, sony playstation, source, source code, talos, university
Dan is a sysadmin at Cisco's Talos Intelligence Group, He's the organizer of BSDCan, the man behind the FreeBSD Diary, FreshPorts, and FreshSource.
Episode 8: Keith Perry - Founder of DAO Technologies
March 2nd, 2021 | 1 hr 27 mins
amd, apache, beos, business, cisco, conferences, drexel, engineering, fosscon, hp, ibm, intel, kernel, lenovo, linux, motorola, open power, open source, oracle, philly, postgres, problem solving, programming, risc-v, self, slackware, southeast linuxfest, sun
Keith is the Founder of DAO Technologies and works as a systems, network, security and application development professional.