Hi Cillian, Thanks for the quick reply. A tech show would be cool. We're
looking to do something along the lines of what resonancefm have done in
London. So a community of interest station rather than geographical
location. Our main focus is the arts (all disciplines) but definetly there
is a place for tech shows and the many arts that are dependent on tech. If
you'd like to put a short proposal together as what you would put in a
show please do and send it to me privately that would great.
I'm looking for someone part time just to help out with things like
developing and protecting our network and someone who also has a kean
interest in audio applications and recording using Linux. Having someone
other than me that can troubleshoot issues etc would be great.
If you'd like to come out and see the studios and have a chat that would be
On Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 1:00 PM, Cillian Lyons <cillian at oliathain.org>wrote:
> Hi John,
>> Welcome to to Linux and Linux in Ireland! It looks like you are already
> enjoying and putting Linux to great use.
>> I used to help out with TallaghtFM setup networking etc and helped present
> the Sports show on Saturdays. Miss those days!
>> I have been using Linux on both Home and Business for around 12 years now.
> I currently work in Information Security specializing in Linux. I live in
> Rathfarnham so am close to you.
>> What exactly are you looking for? Full time or Parttime? Im an Electronic
> Engineer also so like getting my hands geeky and dirty and.
>> Would you be interested in a Tech show? Have always been interested in
> presenting a show such as that.
>>> John Gough <john at curiousbroadcast.com> wrote:
>>>> Hello folks. My name is John Gough I've just joined ilug and this is my
>> first post. I'm a sound engineer and have recently set up an online arts
>>>> radio station in Tallaght called Curious
>>>>>> Our studios are in Rua Red in Tallaght and we are running Ubuntu studio as
>>>> our main OS on all 5 pc's. I am a relatively new Linux user but have enough
>> experience to get our streaming server (icecast) up and our automation
>> software (Airtime <http://sourcefabric.org/en/airtime/> &
>>>> installed and running and our local network connected. I'm about to start
>>>> exploring shared servers on our local network and some
>> experimenting with
>> netjack <http://netjack.sourceforge.net/> over the web to do outside
>>>> I'm currently the only person working (in Dublin) on the station and am
>>>> wondering if anyone here is interested in getting involved. We are not for
>> profit organization and have no money to offer but we do have a nice studio
>> which can be yours to explore radio in. If you have an interest in
>>>> broadcasting over the web or indeed FM - our hope is to apply for a licence
>> next year. Then this may a project you would enjoy.
>>>> Basically I'm looking for someone with some linux skills to help with the
>> above as I work full time as an engineer and my time is becoming more and
>>>> more restricted.
>>>> Here is a link to our call for artists also -
>> has ideas for tech/linux shows or other sound project they'd like
>> streamed please get in touch.
>>>> Thanks for time and thanks for providing this resource. I look forward to
>> contributing and speaking with you all soon.
>>>> Thank for reading
>>>>>>>> John Gough
>> Production Manager
>>>> Curious Broadcast
>>>> email | john at curiousbroadcast.com>> skype | john.gough6
>> phone| 00 353 (0) 1 451 5860
>>>> Curious Broadcast
>> RUA RED
>> South Dublin Arts Centre,
>>>> Tallaght, Dublin 24
>> Irish Linux Users' Group mailing list
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email | john at curiousbroadcast.com
skype | john.gough6
phone| 00 353 (0) 1 451 5860
South Dublin Arts Centre,
Tallaght, Dublin 24
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