Despite the horrible audio clipping at the start and occasional clipping throughout (it decided to not see my USB mic for some reason today and nothing i did could convince it otherwise), the "hey, it's my living room!" recording lair and it being the first hour long show I've done ("Dammit, look into the camera!!!") ... show one is in the can. We peaked at 225 viewers during the live recording, and we'll see how many people watch it over the coming week.
You can watch it (and future episodes) here on my "Seigo on KDE" channel; you need to scroll down to the Video Clips section to watch the recorded show. The show notes that accompany the show are here and include links to the screenshots and other files referenced.
Apologies in advance for all the non-free software .. If there was a good, live-streaming site with a decent interface I'd hop to it in a heartbeat. Maximizing impact while minimizing the impact on my time is critical.
Where are all the FOSS web dev projects? identi.ca is a nice start and Slashdot is the long time standard bearer, but we just don't see many online services that use FOSS frameworks ...
Update: There is now a torrent of the show available, thanks to Serenity on irc.