Today I'd like to talk about how you can involved with open-source, making the web a better place and standards. Interested? Hit the shiny play button below (or click here for a high-quality SoundCloud stream).
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I haven't podcasted for quite a long time, so please let me know if you have any feedback (or questions). If however your ears are close to exploding, I'm sorry!. You can make the web a better place by not dying on me. Thanks!.
Download / Stream links
If you're accessing the site on a mobile device, feel free to use one of the first two links below to play or download the podcast.
- Direct link to VBR MP3 (courtesy of archive.org) [15MB]
- Direct link to OGG Vorbis [5.4MB]
- SoundCloud stream
- Paul Irish's LazyWeb requests https://github.com/paulirish/lazyweb-requests/issues (there are some really, really interesting ideas for projects on there)
- Getting involved with Mozilla http://www.mozilla.org/contribute/ and the MDN https://wiki.mozilla.org/Webdev/MDN/GetInvolved
- The W3 public-webapps mailing list http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-webapps/
- The jQuery Standards Team http://blog.jquery.com/2011/10/24/announcing-the-jquery-standards-team/
- Google and the open-source developer http://code.google.com/opensource/ (imo, this is better for C++ developers than those interested in contributing to the wider web, but might be useful to someone).