The Linux Link Tech Show
|The Linux Link Tech Show|
|Hosting||Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Allan Metzler, Patrick Davila, Dave Yates, Joel Mclaughlin, Dan Frey, Richard "FlyingRich" Hughes, TJ "Pegwole" Wehrley|
|Audio format||Ogg Vorbis, MP3, Speex, Opus|
|Debut||Sept 24, 2003|
It was originally started by Lehigh Valley Linux User Group members Dann Washko and Linc Fessenden in September 2003. Allan Metzler, "the guy that brought the equipment", soon joined the show as a regular host in October of that year. In early 2005, Patrick Davila, a member of their LUG joined the shoui a permanent host, completing the current Tech Show lineup. Initially, their goal was to simply provide “a weekly *live* webcasted radio style show about Linux and Technology”, but they have since expanded out into Podcasting. In fact, they were one of the very early adopters, and their very own Linc Fessenden wrote BashPodder, being unhappy with the current state of Linux podcast clients at the time.
In March 2009 it was announced several new guest hosts would be joining the show on a weekly rotating basis. The initial guest hosts include Chess Griffin, Dave Yates, Chad Wollenberg, Joel "Gorkon" Mclaughlin and Justin "threethirty" O'Brien.
The 365th show was recorded/broadcast on Wednesday the 4th of August 2010, when the hosts decided it was time to throw in the towel on their "1st season". The "2nd season" kicked off the weekend of September 11 during Ohio Linux Fest.
The Linux Link Tech Show have had a number of key figures (from 15 different countries) from the free and open source software community as guests. Guests have included Richard Stallman, Chris DiBona, Bruce Perens, Ian Murdock, Patrick Volkerding, Mark Shuttleworth, Nat Friedman, Ted Ts'o and Miguel de Icaza.
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