info on ubuntu-ie pods

Andru Quinn andru183 at
Wed Dec 29 15:43:39 GMT 2010

Hi Mike and thanks for the mention in the last Ubuntu mail that went out.
Thought I'd give a bit about the casts as listener participation will be one

of the keys to a good pod cast.

First off my name is Andru Quinn, from Limerick, using Ubuntu nearly two
years. Can barely program and would some day love to be able to help in
Ubuntu Dev but till then, want to help in other ways. The others involved
in the casts are Paul Hannan, Hugh Mulqueen and Gary Smith. They'll get
to tell in the casts about themselves

The recording of the first pods will be taking place the evening after the
meeting. Thought this would be best as the intention for the casts at the
moment is only one a month and to get any idea that pop up at the meeting
out there in the most amount of time, after the IRC would be best. So with
the meeting on the Wednesday, the pod will be out on the Friday.

No site for the casts have been made separate but I can have money
together and a site running but the first pod if all things go with me.
that, I do have a site where I can temporally store and have them available
for people to listen to until such a site is made of the casts.

Last point is probably the most important. Interaction from the listeners.
We would love anyone with anything for the show, be it a rant in e-mail
form of something they love/hate or a question on twitter, even birthday and
event reminders. These are the many methods of getting it to us

email : ubuntuiepods at
twitter : @ubuntuiepods
buzz :
facebook :!/pages/Ubuntu-ie-Podcasts/120531968014712

If you could send tha out in the mailing list it would be an unreal help.
Can't wait to hear feedback and we all hope you enjoy the pods

-- Andru Quinn

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> Hi All,
> I do hope everyone is enjoying the festive season.  Sorry I did not
> make the December LoCo IRC meeting but a combination of sickness and
> seasonal duties has kept me fully occupied this month.
> Anyhow I see some members of the LoCo are planning on developing an
> ubuntu-ie podcast (Great stuff). From reading the IRC logs I see they
> want to discuss the concept at the next monthly IRC meeting.  With this
> in mind, and in keeping with recent tradition, I'd like to propose the
> 3rd Wednesday in January as the date for our next meeting.  That will
> be the 19th of January 2011 at 8pm.  If no one objects to the proposed
> date on this mailing list I'll set the meeting up on the website, wiki
> and LoCo directory this Friday (31 Dec 10).
> Happy New Year to all,
> Mike O'Donohue
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