Open Source Journeys: In Conversation With Terry Hancock

June 17, 2019 - by Marcel Gagné

Marcel hangs out and chats with people who have been captured by the spirit and promise of Linux and Open Source software. Open Source is part philosophy, part technology, and part ideology. That's a powerful combination that sparks the imagination in different ways for different people. Today's guest today is Terry Hancock. Terry is a fascinating guy whose love of science, technology, and all things Open Source, has led him into some interesting territory that involves the colonization of the moon. Terry is has been, among other things, a professional astronomer, a regular columnist for "Free Software Magazine", the owner and technology officer for Anansi Spaceworks, an editor for "Question Copyright", and a driving force behind the in-production animated series, "Lunatics!" which, as I teased, deals with the colonization of the moon, including the first family of settlers.

Terry Hancock on Twitter :
Terry Hancock's Blog :
Lunatics! Website :
Open Source Production Software - Conception to Completion :
Anansi Spaceworks :
"Calabash of Wisdom (short story) :
Support Lunatics! on Patreon :

About Marcel Gagné:

Marcel Gagné

Marcel Gagné is LPI's Editor at Large. The "Cooking With Linux" guy. Writer and Free Thinker at Large. Science, Linux, and technology geek. Long time columnist for Linux Journal, LinuxPro Magazine, Ubuntu User Magazine, SysAdmin, and others. Author of six books including "Linux System Administration: A User's Guide" and the "Moving to Linux" series of books. Promoter, advocate, and evangelist for Free and Open Source Software on radio, television, and YouTube. Occasionally opinionated. Always confused. Loves wine, food, music, and the occasional single malt Scotch.