September 17th, 2010 | Published in Google Open Source
This week we have the last video in Jeremy Allison’s series of interviews from his trip to GUADEC, the GNOME conference. In this video, he talks to Michael Meeks, early GNOME hacker and OpenOffice.org developer. Jeremy and Michael talk about collaboration, malware, and how Michael started his involvement with GNOME. For those who are new to open source, Michael gives tips for those who want to get involved in the GNOME community, developer and non-developer alike. For non-developers, Jeremy also gives translations of geek-speak throughout.
If you missed the earlier videos, you can watch all of Jeremy’s GUADEC interviews together in a playlist. Even though this is the last in the GUADEC series, don’t worry, more interviews are coming up soon because Jeremy just returned from LinuxCon Sao Paulo, Brazil, where he was able to get some amazing interviews. Stay tuned!
By Ellen Ko, Open Source Team