Podcasts interviews for Librelounge and Le Libre Au Quotidien

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Over the last month I had the honor to be invited to two podcasts:

The first one (in English) was recorded by the Libre Lounge hosts: Christopher Lemmer Webber and Serge Wroclawski. I really like their podcast and I'm a listener of the show that I follow on Mastodon. I recommend all Free/Libre and Open-Source software enthusiast to listen to the previous episodes. You'll find my interview here:
→ Listen to the interview here

Le Libre Au Quotidien:
The second one (in French) was recorded by the young host of Le Libre Au Quotidien for his first podcast show. I met him at Capitole du Libre and I was very impressed by his passion for the Free/Libre world. I was really honored to be his number one invited for his new Podcast and I wish his show a long life:
→ Écouter l'interview ici


link Moini  

Just listened to the Libre Lounge interview - I enjoyed it very much! Thank you for sharing your story and enthusiasm there!

link Moini  

... the interview in French was led by a young, but very professional host, I'm very impressed!

Also very informative and nice, even without details about git and repositories ;-)

I was thinking that Pepper & Carrot is like Inkscape when I heard you say 'It's ready when it's ready' :D

link David Revoy Author,

Thank you Moini for the feedback and for listening to both. While sketching yesterday, I listened them; and oh! I ... feel .... as ... I ....hmmm.... speak.... like.... that .... in .... he..... English. It takes a lot of time for me and I have probably not enough brain bandwith to get the combo of calling memory; trying to structure sentence and remix that in English on the fly. I guess knowing it's recorded makes it harder; like knowing I have to record a voice mail without being able to edit xD

So, thank you for your patience listening the English one!

About LeLibreAuQuotidien; I agree!

link Moini  

Yes, it's difficult to do an interview in a foreign language, but you did it very well, David. As a listener, I really didn't mind. It did not require any patience, because I wanted to hear what you had to say. After all, you're French ;-), I found it «charmant».

link lelibreauquotdien  

Wow,big thanks ;-).
llaq/podcast libre

link GunChleoc  

I took the opportunity to practice my French a bit. And I did notice the cat avatars :)

link David Revoy Author,

Thank you very much Moini! :D

link David Revoy Author,

Wow! You have a very good French skill if you can already follow a dicussion this way. I'm impressed!

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