In this episode, Karen and Bradley take questions that listeners have emailed and dented to them over the past few months.Running time: 00:46:01.
Segment 0 (00:31)
- Bradley referred to David Letterman's old Viewer Mail Theme.
FAQ has lyrics to a Viewer Mail Song, but it's not the one that
Bradley remembers. Bradley remembers one that Dave called a
“nee-na-nee-nee” song that had only the words
It's Viewer Mail Timerepeated over and over. It was probably from the late 1980s on the old NBC show.
- Bradley mentioned that his old FSF speeches talk about his time as a proprietary software developer and why he vowed never to do it again. (08:49)
- Bradley mentioned that he and Eric (one of the listeners who sent in a question) are fans of the show, Pushing Daisies. (09:40)
- Bradley mentioned that the Nautilus was originally written by a company called Eazel that failed during the dot.com era. (17:04)
Segment 1 (24:22)
- Bradley said their last segment was like the Argument Monty Python Sketch. Karen says that it isn't. (24:30)
- Karen mentions that SFLC's Compliance Guide talks in details about how to do source provisions under GPLv2 and GPLv3. (27:32)
- Bradley's favorite license is the Affero GPL. (28:26)
- Christian asked about the Creative Commons licenses. (33:00)
- At 35:44, you can hear the beginnings of people making coffee in the kitchen that is mentioned at the end of the show.
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