In the latest episode of Linux in the Ham Shack, which is in fact better than the title would suggest, we tackle a bunch of different and interesting topics. There's information on driving while hamming, openness at the FCC, Belarussian nanosats, open-source documentation, Firefox returning to Debian, Chinese Linux distributions, things Linux doesn't have that it should, CW clocks and more. Thank you for listening and please donate and share our Hamvention 2017 funding campaign. Thank you!
Here it is, Episode #008. All the fault for how late this is lies squarely on my shoulders. We've had some difficult weather, which lead to my being sick for almost two weeks. After that, it took a few days to get my motivation back. Now that everything is in sync again, the latest episode of Linux in the HAM Shack has been edited and uploaded and is ready for your waiting ears. As always, Richard and I would like to thank everyone who listens to the podcast and participates in the forums, web site comments and the live recording feed. We wouldn't be anything without our listeners, and we know it. Please send us your comments, your feedback, and use the links on the web site to follow us on Twitter.
I know I've already broken my New Year's resolution to make sure the podcast gets out on time. But I'm going to start again with the Chinese New Year. May the Ox bring us good fortune and an actual two-week interval between shows.
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