I was made aware of this article by Chris Haverkate, and I think it deems sharing: Cool Open Source Games You Should Contribute To
Yesterday, Mark pointed me at the following article, which I feel is quite relevant to most Linux versus Windows debates that go on these days. In particular, the analogies of cars versus motorbikes, and paid support (no community) versus free support (community), seem to do a fantastic job of explaining why it’s so hard for […]
I made a few fixes to the Rdiff-Backup Wrapper Script to avoid listing SpecialFileErrors, ListErrors, and UpdateErrors that are harmless.
Today I wanted to try a masked version of KDE on my laptop. As KDE is a very large set of packages, I was not looking forward to manually keywording every required package. Luckily, someone else has solved this problem. A quick Google search led me to autounmask which didn’t exist the last time I […]
Today I made a few cosmetic updates to the Rdiff-Backup Wrapper Script to avoid listing SpecialFileErrors and also to fix the include/exclude order of the kernel configuration file. I cleaned up the formatting a bit so your update merges might be less seamless than with previous updates, but it’s worth it!
Finally got these photos online! You can also see the full album.
Some day I’d like to incorporate an awesome multi-column layout like this one: http://weblogs.mozillazine.org/roc/archives/2011/03/investigating_p.html
Yesterday I was recognized as Supply Chain’s Rookie of the Year for 2010!
Interesting commentary on recent criticism that Ubuntu has received for not contributing to the Linux kernel: Mark Shuttleworth » Blog Archive » Reflections on Ubuntu, Canonical and the march to free software adoption.
Great article that reiterates the KISS method: Programming Things I Wish I Knew Earlier.