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Linux Games Podcast #8: Quake Con and LinuxWorld 2007

August 12th, 2007 by TimeDoctor

The latest Linux Games Podcast episode is up. Podcast 8 brings you QuakeCon 2007and Linux World SF 2007 commentary.

Joining myself on this episode is Dustin “Crusader” Remember tosendyour advertisements for free-as-in-either-beer-or-speech games tozacharyslater@gmail.com.

URL dump from this episode:

QuakeCon
CrusadeR’sQuake Con Wrapup
Carmack’sKeynote Audio
EnemyTerritory: Quake Wars
id software
Linux World
HAYGUYZ IM GONA BE AT LUNIX WORLDS!
LinuxGame Publishing
MotorolaMgcqkz
OpenMoko
NokiaN800/N770
ThatHideous QT Greenphone
PalmFoleo
Picturesfor all the stuff I’m talking about from Linux World
Dell
And DellsUbuntu Site
Ubuntu
Fedora
OpenSUSE
Debian
Gentoo
GentooGames
Descent 2
Slackware
Dustin’llhave to play this “tomatoes” I speak of
GentooPS3
LinuxGames.comthrough the ages
OpenArena
NewOpenArena Patch
Get those thenconnectto wheeljack.telefragged.com so Dustin will be up in yo Grillz,sucka!
MarsColony Five

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5 Responses to “Linux Games Podcast #8: Quake Con and LinuxWorld 2007”

  1. jvm Says:

    Download the Ogg version. The other LinuxGames guys hate it when that happens. Don’t ask me why.

  2. Crusader Says:

    For the record, I am a proponent of Ogg Vorbis.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    It’s great that the podcast is back.
    The only criticism I have is that Crusader was very hard to understand.
    Anyway, great podcast!

  4. Crusader Says:

    …I was using a Skype client on my mobile phone; hopefully that won’t be necessary the next time :(

  5. Anonymous Says:

    Why is there always someone trolling for Ogg Vorbis? If it’s such an efficient method, then it’ll stand on its own without advertisements. Sometimes I wonder who are the trolls on this site hide behind; and to think, of all the persecution done against people who have a handle and nickname similar to the name of a hated past-time.

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