Monthly Archives: December 2007

Gathering questions for Linux Australia committee candidates

In order to facilitate a more active discussion with candidates for the Linux Australia committee than we’ve had in previous years, I’m gathering questions from the community in order to pose them in one email. This helps to reduce the … Continue reading

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links for 2007-12-13

Airport anger: man sculls litre of vodka “A man nearly died from alcohol poisoning after quaffing a litre of vodka at a German airport security check instead of handing it over to comply with new carry on rules.” — All … Continue reading

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Cliques, invitations and meritocracies

So am I paranoid? Are invite-only events a necessary evil? Or should I let my curiousity overcome my principles? Hey, maybe one of those web 2.0 types could help me enable comments on my blog… — Rusty Russell, The foocamp … Continue reading

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Live podcast interview about GNOME, OOXML, etc.

Last week I suggested to Bruce Byfield that a podcast interview might be a good way to put a human face (okay, okay: voice) on some of the GNOME-related issues currently being debated in some quarters of the community. Thanks … Continue reading

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