In case you’ve been wondering what I’ve been up to these past few weeks, I’ve been busy talking to the media about our Campcaster software and the various implementation projects we’re using it on.
I’ve been interviewed about Campcaster for a few different media outlets in the past couple of weeks, and figured I’d provide links to the articles here:
- “Open Source Radio is a Sound Salvation” by Bess Kargman, newassignment.net
Update 05 February: Boo-ya! 460 Diggs!
- “Open source Campcaster empowers independent radio broadcasters” by Nathan Willis, Linux.com
- “Prague-made software aids African radio” by Paul Voosen, Prague Post
Now the task is a lot harder, but also a lot of fun: getting radio stations in the developed world interested in using and extending Campcaster, and getting other open source developers interested in extending it.
The new ‘Radio Package’ release with combined Campcaster/Campsite interoperability should be ready in a few days. I’ll let you know when it’s out of the oven.