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Mon, 24 Oct 2005

Coming back from Berlinux 2005...

... and noticed that Joey already blogged about it a bit earlier.

Interesting: Someone came back from a Linux event, and the best he can say is "nice building..."

Well... I'll try to find a polite, positive way to word my opinion on this years event: After the exhibition closes, they send someone around to collect notes, critics, opinions. what went wrong, how to improve, etc. That was a really good idea, but he should have brought a full charged battery for his notebook, since it took so long...

postet at 11:52 into [Debian/events] permanent link


Wed, 12 Oct 2005

Meme time again...

Couldn't resists this meme and found it quite interesting: Google found nothing, until I realised, that I was searching for my nickname...

Second run: Searching for Alexander, looks better, found stuff like "Alexander needs to send messages" - well. Fits, made a new record sending mails last month ;)

While I am at it, last run - since Alexander seems a quite popular name (who had ever thought about that) - fits best to my current mood:
Alex Needs You!

:-)

postet at 17:38 into [Debian/memes] permanent link


Mon, 10 Oct 2005

Just read: A nice text...

... about Geek couples. Couldn't stop smiling it's quite true :)

Lisa Michaud wrote a small essay about geek girls, too. IMHO it's even nicer to read.

Yes, currently I'm quite happy! (...and quite busy.)

postet at 03:43 into [Debian] permanent link


Fri, 30 Sep 2005

If you want to stay productive...

don't ever run the following command:
sudo aptitude install wesnoth ; wesnoth

Is "Kills all my time" a good reason for a RC-Bug? I mean, if you install it, you can hardly stop playing, therefore it renders all other installed software useless. I think wesnoth should be removed ASAP from the archive...

postet at 00:22 into [Debian] permanent link


Sun, 18 Sep 2005

[German elections] Uhm... now what?

It's 18:00 local time. The polling stations closed. The first extrapolations are published.. and we know... nothing.

The preferred coalitions of the parties won't work out. Neither our current coalition of the Social Democrats and The Green Party seem to have a majority, nor the Christian Democratic Liberal one. All other coalitions (like (Social Democrats, new Left and Greens) or (Christian Democrats and Social Democrats) or (Social Democrats, Greens and either (new Left or Liberals))) were rejected from different parties previously... now it seems we will see, if they stand true to their sayings before the elections...

On the other hand... some people already filled lawsuit against the election... and parts of the city of Dresden will vote in two weeks (since a candidate of a party died short before the elections... don't ask for details, difficult to explain)... so... those of you, who mailed me after my "pick your poison" blog asking me for details about the results of the elections: Sorry, currently nobody knows what's going to happen here in .de.

postet at 18:44 into [Debian] permanent link


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Alexander Tolimar Reichle-Schmehl lives in Tuttlingen / Germany. Hw works as IT manager (specialized on Unix and SAN/Storage) for an international automotive supplier.

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