One of the things I've thought IT Conversations needed was a panel-style show that aired regularly. I like that style of show as a listener and hear occasionally from other people that they like them too. So, I started one.
The first show had Dave Rosenberg of MuleSource as a guest and has an open source focus. The second show had Ross Mayfield as a guest and we talked a lot about wikis, social software, and the Google/JotSpot deal, as you can imagine.
We must be doing something right since I've already received my first piece of hate mail--accusing me of providing free advertising to SCO--about the first show. This guy obliviously missed the point of open conversations on IT Conversations. I think ITC listeners are smart enough to make up their own minds about what people say on my show or anyone else's.
We just finished recording the third installment today (watch for it next Monday) with Tom Copeland, the founder and operator of RubyForge. It was a good conversation and I'm anxious for people to hear it.