I’ve been listening to The Linux Action Show podcast for a few months now and really enjoy it. I’ve tried other Linux podcasts, but they seem focused on the noob level. Can anyone recommend a good Linux podcast for experienced Linux users?
LUGRadio is a great Linux podcast, featuring the talents of Jono Bacon, Chris Procter, Stuart Langridge, and Adam Sweet. Its not for those who don't appreciate British humor, or locker-room language, so if you're easily offended, please check out another podcast. If, however, you aren't easlity offended, you'll hear four passionate guys talk about Linux, Open Source, and a host of other topics. Very highly recommended.
Yeah, lugradio is a good one. I also happen to like listening to Dave Yates at Lottalinuxlinks.com/podcast. It's an 'acquired' taste but his attitude and self-deprecating sense of humour has made me a faithful listener. It's much more personal and less 'shiny' than lugradio or LAS to be sure, but I love it.
FLOSS Weekly is a good podcast, they've had some great interviews in the past that i would higly recommend listening to the old ones.
The Linux Link Tech Show is also a great podcast and they maintain a list of other podcasts here: http://www.thelinuxlink.net . TLLTS is a relaxed slow moving show and is quite long so it might take some getting used to. I didn't like it at first but once I started to get to know the hosts I really started enjoying it and they tend to have excellent interviews with a wide variety of Linux luminaries. Bsdtalk also has great interviews although naturally it has a bsd slant. RadioTux, a German linux podcast also has occasional English interviews, well worth a listen: http://linuxpodcast.de
download the FOSDEM presentation videos from http://www.fosdem.org/2007/media/video, pull out the audio, reencode for your player of choice, and enjoy.
they're not true "podcasts", the speaker is sometimes barely audible, and probably not as entertaining as 99% of podcasts, but they are the most technically informative audio on FOSS (and indirectly linux).
there's also "Google Tech Talks" @ http://video.google.com/videosearch?q=google+engEDU and http://youtube.com/user/google, though those are less linux centric, and sometimes purely academic.
none of those are "podcasts" and require a little work (mplayer, even on windows, is your friend), but then again i don't read the opinion section of the newspaper.
maybe one day pycon will even work out a process to get their audio published.