(OK, I say tomatoe; my wife says tomahto. But out of respect, we don’t say we use Lienix, or Pythone, right? Although it took from 1991 to the late 90s, we did eventually stop saying Lienix, Leenix and Linooks.)
Chris Gammell, the expert interviewer half of The Amp Hour and long time KiCad supporter, organized a fantastic first KiCon conference in Chicago. Chris conducted some execellent interviews, including one of some of the KiCad developers, including project lead Wayne Stambaugh. Wayne is now employed full time to develop KiCad, a new milestone for this tool that seems to be on track to become the gcc of PCB CAD in coming years.