Dick MacInnis is a rock musician and music composer that cares about the tools of creation. He is the creator and maintainer of the DreamStudio distribution that recently released its stable 12.04 version. On this interview, Dick MacInnis explains the uniqueness of his project, and talks about libre music creation. Enjoy!
Lilly Looking Through is one of the most wonderful games we’ve seen lately, with a very promising demo that puts you inside two parallel worlds of magnificence and mystery. On this Monday’s interview, we meet the creator of Lilly Looking Through, Steve Hoogendyk and try to learn as much as possible about Lilly and indie […]
BSD systems are the technological neighbors many of us meet daily, but few know much about. Martin Husemann of NetBSD explains, analyses, compares and refers to everything there is to know about BSD and NetBSD. Meet this fantastic operating system through another Monday’s interview on Unixmen.
Last week, we had the first OpenOffice release, since the project was donated to the Apache foundation. This raised a lot of questions and many users wondered what is the point, or what is the difference with the Libre “brother”? In an attempt to answer these questions and learn more about how the people of […]
VLC media player is one of the most well known and successful open source projects. From day one, VLC has “invaded” the multimedia world, providing the users of all platforms an easy, simple, free and libre way to playback all kinds of multimedia on their desktop and not only… This Monday, we meet Jean-Baptiste Kempf, […]
Linux ecosystem consists of so many people doing a great job, and it is only natural for someone not to know everyone out there. Many worthy developers are unknown to the majority of users and sometimes their magnificent projects are unused, or underused due to low publicity. Salih Emin is one of those, and his […]
Bryan Lunduke is a programmer of cross platform software since the 1990’s, a project leader to many teams and a self-declared nerd. Moreover he is a genuine guy, that is well known from Linux Action Show. LAS is probably the most entertaining tech show about Linux out there and it covers pretty much everything.
Linux Game Publishing is a software company specialized in porting games to the Linux platform. Since 2001, LGP has accomplished many great things on a field that very few people had the guts to explore and invest in. On this interview, we talk with the new CEO of the company in an attempt to learn […]
The Linux world is preparing for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS official release to use and evaluate the next “big” version of the world’s most successful Linux distribution. Much has been said about the last Ubuntu versions and Canonical’s strategies. Many expressed delight with the new technologies introduced lately by Canonical, while others expressed disappointment with some […]
0 A.D. is a free and open source ancient warfare real time strategy game, that has drawn a lot of attention around it for a good reason. This game started as a very ambitious project which is always good, but also very difficult. This Monday we meet Aviv Sharon, in an effort to learn more […]
Fabio Erculiani is the founder and lead developer of the fantastic Sabayon Linux. On this week’s interview, we talk with him about the details of the development, some technical details about “how things work” and the reasons that make Sabayon so unique. Enjoy!