FLOSS Weekly


FLOSS Weekly

Infobox Podcast
title = FLOSS Weekly


caption = Current Logo
host = Chris DiBona Leo Laporte Randal L. Schwartz
url = http://www.twit.tv/floss
status = Weekly
length = ~60 minutes
picture format =
video format =
audio format = mp3
rss = http://leoville.tv/podcasts/floss.xml
atom =
began = April 7, 2006
ended =
genre = Interview
language = English
ratings =
network = TWiT.tv

FLOSS Weekly is a free software / open source (FLOSS) themed podcast from the TWiT Network. The show premiered on April 7, 2006, and features prominent guests from the free software/open source community. It is hosted by Leo Laporte; his cohost for the first seventeen episodes was Chris DiBona and subsequently Randal Schwartz.

In October 2006, FLOSS Weekly had 31,661 downloads of episode 14. [cite web| url = http://www.twit.tv/2006/11/20/october_numbers| title = October Numbers| accessdate = 2007-07-12| author = Leo Laporte| authorlink = Leo Laporte| date = 2006-11-21| work = Leo Laporte's blog| publisher = TWiT.tv| quote = FLOSS Weekly 14 31,661]

References

External links

* [http://www.twit.tv/floss Official website]
* [http://podcast.insightcruises.com/ InsightCruises News-es] , another podcast by Randal Schwartz


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