I'm in Columbus, OH for the next few days for the 10th annual Ohio LinuxFest. It's an excellent FOSS conference and I've attended all but the first two OLF's. Back in 2008 I stepped up as a volunteer and currently run the registration desk and conference website (I'm an infrastructure guy, not a web designer, btw :) ). HP graciously loaned us some EliteBooks for the conference and I'm in the process of setting them up. The first one I worked on was an EliteBook 8770w and Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS installed without a hitch.
Twenty years ago today, Linus Torvalds posted to the comp.os.minix newsgroup about his new Free operating system, Linux.
Come celebrate 20 years of Linux at Ohio LinuxFest!
Earlier this month, for the first time in 4 years I unchecked the box "I want to attend this conference" in Penta, the DebConf conference management system. Despite this, I *do* want to attend DebConf11 but unfortunately due to work obligations I'm unable to attend this year. Hope to see you in Nicaragua!
It's less than 3 weeks until Ohio LinuxFest! Not only am I speaking at OLF, I'm also the volunteer coordinator. If you are interested in volunteering and know what you would like to do, drop me a line with details. If you are interested in volunteering and are up for anything, drop me a line. If you want to volunteer but can only spare a couple of hours, drop me a line!
Despite this being my 4th DebConf, I hadn't ever played Mao until yesterday evening. I had a great time, although I don't think I understand the game any more than I did as an outside observer over these past years :)
I'm looking forward to playing again - feel free to invite me to a game if you see me around DebConf10!
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I've had the pleasure of attending Ohio LinuxFest for the past four years and am looking forward to attending again on September 26. This year's theme is "40 Years of Unix." Each OLF I've attended has been a great experience and this year's OLF is sure to be excellent as well.
I made it back to Indianapolis yesterday evening around 9:00 PM EDT (0300 CEST, 0100 UTC). The only issue I had with the entire trip home was with the last leg of my trip (DTW-IND) and that was just a 30 minute delay and the airline moving the flight to a different gate 3-4 times. Fortunately, Orbitz sent me an SMS with each gate change so I was able to learn of the gate change despite my reduced visual acuity. I had no trouble navigating MAD or AMS (or DTW or IND for that matter).