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Sat, 05 May 2007

Bug #422411

Do you remeber that scene from Star Wars: A new Hope, where Obi Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader finally meeth for their light saber duell? And Vader says: I've been waiting for you, Obi-Wan. We meet again, at last. The circle is now complete.?

Felt a bit like that, when I today filled a rc bug against one of my old application managers packges...

*evil grin*

postet at 21:40 into [Debian] permanent link


Thu, 03 May 2007

That's sooo childish!

Hiding a number? Why such an effort? If you post the number 09 F9 11 02 9D 74 E3 5B D8 41 56 C5 63 56 88 C0, you can always claim you did it, because you thought it was one of those stupid memes...

postet at 13:05 into [Debian/memes] permanent link


Thu, 26 Apr 2007

How stupid can one be?

Do you know MSDNAA? That's a program from Microsoft offering their products to students at many universities. So not even this bullheaded users of this "free software" thingy have an excuse of not using their products when participating in different courses. In our case they even offer most of their stuff as ISO-Images. Shouldn't be a problem to install that in a virtual machine, get a good grade and be satisfied when finally deleting it again.

Theoretically. Let's not talk about licenses here, or about the website, you need to log into, or wonder why it talks about customers and shopping... Let's just wonder, why you can't download an ISO-Image there. No, you can only download a download-program there... A windows executable!

Ha! That's funny!

It doesn't even run in wine :(

postet at 21:11 into [Debian] permanent link


Sun, 22 Apr 2007

URLs

But you can link to releases by name, Wichert.

Can't say anything about the other points you mentioned.

postet at 15:20 into [Debian] permanent link


Sun, 08 Apr 2007

It's done!

Etch is released...

Time for some thanks... Thanks developers, who make it possible; thanks d-i people, who make it installable; thanks to translators, who make it available; thanks r-m, who keep it coordinated!

Special thanks to Joey, for going on vacation right in time so I have the honour to announce Debian releasing... twice in 24 hours!

Very special thanks to Meike, who didn't cared that I spend the last days translating the release notes, testing different images (and killing a very important machine while doing so), compose announcements, coordinate translations, finally sending out, answering some replies and forgeting to buy her some sugar eggs.

I would like to point out, that the last mentioned thing is not a matter of course, considering that we had guests during the last days, and she had to play host all for herself! Shame on me ;)

postet at 20:17 into [Debian] permanent link


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Alexander Tolimar Reichle-Schmehl lives in Hildesheim / Germany. He's an official Debian Developer. Beside maintaining various packages, his main task is being spokesman and event organizer of the Debian project.

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