MythTV NZ » Birds Of a Feather

By: Mythtv Nz  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Video

June 3rd, 2008

OpenMedia are pleased to announce that they have had the go ahead to organise two Birds Of a Feather sessions at the upcoming O’Reilly OSCON and Linux World San Francisco conferences. The current plan for these sessions is to have between 3 and 5 short presentations on MythTV or Video on Linux related subjects, and [..]

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