Free as in Freedom

A bi-weekly discussion of legal, policy, and other issues in the open source and software freedom community (including occasional interviews) from Brooklyn, New York, USA. Presented by Karen Sandler and Bradley M. Kuhn.


0x64: Our Producer Dan Lynch Interviewed at Copyleft Conf 2019

Bradley and Karen interview their own producer, Dan Lynch, on site at Copyleft Conf 2019.

Show Notes: Segment 0 (00:46)
  • Karen now teaches teaches a course at Columbia University. (03:40)
  • In addition to being the producer of Free as in Freedom, Dan Lynch was the host of Rat Hole Radio, the co-host of Linux Outlaws, and currently co-hosts Hollywood Outlaws. (04:30)
Segment 1 (5:19)
  • Dan helps co-organize Oggcamp which is having its tenth-anniversary event on Saturday 19 October 2019. (08:00)
  • Bradley mentioned the phrase from IT Crowd quote: Did you see that ludicrous display last night? (11:08)
  • Dan talked about The Manchester Ship Canal. (13:16)
  • Dan promoted Hollywood Outlaws where he and his co-host Fab talk about Bosch. (23:18)
  • Dan promoted his own podcast about comics called Tales of the Unattested. (23:27)
  • Dan Lynch has a personal website, which has his blog. (23:55)
  • Bradley referenced the phrase You are no Jack Kennedy which was stated by Bentsen on Wednesday 5 October 1988 during the VP debate between Quayle and Bentsen for the 1988 USA Presidential campaign. Details and background of this are explained by NBC in this story. (26:30)
Segment 2 (28:23)

Bradley and Karen briefly dissect the interview with Dan.

Segment 3 (32:22)

Karen and Bradley mention that they'll discuss the Linux Foundation initiative, “Community Bridge” in the next episode. If you want a preview Bradley and Karen's thoughts, you can read their blog post about Linux Foundation's “Community Bridge” initiative.

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Free as in Freedom is produced by Dan Lynch of Theme music written and performed by Mike Tarantino with Charlie Paxson on drums.

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