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New Episodes Coming Up

3 August 2013

 

New episodes of Linux Outlaws and Angels of Death are in the pipeline and there will be more to come over the next weeks

As I am posting this, I am in the middle of the edit for Linux Outlaws 318 and a fresh Angels of Death episode is already recorded as well and will be edited once I am done with the LO one. Things are starting to look up. I now have secured a job, but unfortunately that means I will have to move to Hanover within the month. All of this has the effect that I pretty much don’t have any extra free time from being unemployed as I have to find a new place to live some 700 kilometres away. Therefore, we have not established a schedule for recordings of either of the two shows yet, but new episodes will most definitely be forthcoming; I just can’t say when yet.

So the good news is that you will be getting new episodes soon, the bad news is that they won’t be on a regular schedule. Once I am settled in back in Germany, probably some time by the end of October or early November, we should return to business as usual.

~ Fab

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  1. Henson #
    August 3, 2013

    Yay! Congratulations on the new job.

  2. fabsh #
    August 3, 2013

    Haven’t signed the paperwork yet, so too early to congratulate on anything.

  3. Sebastian #
    August 4, 2013

    *Crosses fingers*

    You’ll be fine Fab.

  4. neil #
    August 6, 2013

    Hannover has 2 “n”s. Beautiful city though. Enjoy.

  5. fabsh #
    August 6, 2013

    Hannover has 2 “n”s. Beautiful city though. Enjoy.

    In English, Hanover is spelled with one “n”. Just like Köln is spelled “Cologne”, Nürnberg is spelled “Nuremburg” and Aachen is often spelled “Aix-la-Chapelle”. Don’t blame me, it’s your stupid language, I am just following the rules.

  6. Sebastian #
    August 9, 2013

    “In English, Hanover is spelled with one “n”.”

    Which English? :P

    There’s this entry:
    http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/254472/Hannover

    so arguably the spelling is changing. English is a living language after all. It all comes down to whatever is the most convenient.

  7. fabsh #
    August 10, 2013

    “In English, Hanover is spelled with one “n”.”

    Which English?

    There’s this entry:
    http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/254472/Hannover

    so arguably the spelling is changing. English is a living language after all. It all comes down to whatever is the most convenient.

    The Queen’s English. Check the OED.

  8. smaudet #
    September 12, 2013

    Not gonna argue with that.

    God save the queen. :-)

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