Her fortsætter historiefortællingen om ubuntu-dk. Første del kan læses her og forrige del kan læses her.
Efter mange planlagte møder, der aldrig blev til noget, lykkedes det endelig at få optaget og udgivet det første afsnit i Ubuntu Danmarks Podcast.
Den stående joke var faktisk at næste møde skulle ligge i januar, selvom vi forlængst var kommet ind i sommerhalvåret. Men det lykkedes til sidst! Optagelserne skete tirsdag d. 8. september (jeg blev interviewet og overværede faktisk de første små skridt for en podcastgruppe, store skridt for en community) og det første afsnit var færdigredigeret og blev udgivet d. 15. september 2009.
Community Day 2009
Open Source Days inviterede til Community Days d. 24. oktober 2009. Vi havde endnu en gang en brugergruppe bod og det lykkedes for (dele af) podcastgruppen at optage en hel del interviews. Her er Peters og Martins indtryk fra dagen.
Ole Tange fra IT-politisk forening bliver interviewet på Community Day 2009
Det var hvad jeg havde valgt ud til denne lille 5 dels historie om ubuntu-dk. Som skrevet i indledningen, post gerne kommentarer, del dine egne små sjov øjeblikke – og fortsæt historiefortællingen.
Better late than never… due to some scheduling problems we didn’t manage to run a Global Jam last weekend, as the rest of the Ubuntu community did.
However, luckily we managed to run a jam yesterday, Saturday 10. If it could be called a part of the Global Jam, or if it was just our Local Jam is really just a matter of words. The five of us ended up working primarily on bug triaging. However we also had a quick look at the features of Empathy (the new default instant messaging client in Karmic Koala), and the Ubuntudanmark Podcast guys did a quick segment for their next podcast.
All in all I think the jam was a success, and I think we are ready for similar events in the future.
After much work, and many delayed meetings, the Danish podcast team finally released their first episode yesterday.
It is all in Danish, so you properly won’t be able to make much of it, if you don’t speak Danish, but it is a good episode, and hopefully is the first of a long line of fabulous podcasts. Besides a podcast in Danish with a focus on the legal aspects of software licences and immaterial rights, this seems to be the first Danish podcast about free and open source software, and the ambition of the podcast team is clearly to be larger than just Ubuntu. Hopefully this can become a podcast for the entire free software (and free culture?) movement in Denmark.
The people behind this first episode are Jesper Jarlskov, Niels Kjøller Hansen & Sakse Dalum, and so far the reactions I have heard from people who have listened to the podcast have been positive. There was a small problem with sound quality, due to some microphone trouble, but hopefully things will only improve from now on, as the team gains experience, and the sound problem in no way ruins the podcast.
On a more selfish note, I myself have a small appearance in the first episode, as I was invited to be interviewed about our coming Ubuntu 9.10 release party, named Ubuntu Live!
A big Congratulations to the podcast team!
I look forward to the next (and the next and…) episode and think this will be a great way to spread the word of Ubuntu and Free Software in Denmark, and strengthen the Free Software community here. Hopefully people from outside the Danish Ubuntu community will enjoy the podcast as well.