Mac OS X is build on top of BSD, and they have contributed a lot back to that project.
Chrome is built on Webkit, and they have contributed a lot back to that project.
And that is just two examples.
(Edited by Mary Cooch - to change title -original submission Tuesday, 31 March 2015, 7:06 AM)
OK, I am not a video expert. What is this iTunes thing? Is it a program or a service? What are the video codecs used: open? closed? In short, can I view the videos in my Debian laptop?
"What is this iTunes thing?"
I think you need to get out the house a little more Visvanath. You can also get that podcast from
But be aware that it is in MP3 format which may be under patent restriction depending on where you live.
(Edited by Mary Cooch -to change title - original submission Tuesday, 31 March 2015, 10:19 AM)
I know, I could have done some searching on the web about iTunes. But I am amazed how you came to this soundcloud from iTunes in https://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=311015#p1244744 !
P.S. The link in your post is brocken. It should be https://soundcloud.com/hrdnz/the-free-moodle-podcast-march-2015.
P.P.S. Hi Howard, nice to meet you! ;)
I have just listened to the Podcast, informative on the specific topic and a well put together podcast . I find many podcasts, even technical ones include far too much attempts at Zoo radio/banter when I really want them to get to the material. I don't mind a bit of "personality" but for me it needs to be a very distance second to the main topic.