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Fri, 12 May 2006

Arrived at DebConf a couple of days ago...

... things I learned so far:

  • Either the air is quite thin here or I'm realy out of training
  • Mexican insect bites aren't as bad as finish ones
  • You can do stuff without having net
  • A DebConf where everything works out of the box from day one would be realy boring
  • Sleeping at seven millione degrees celsius is not an easy task
  • My tongue isn't broken enough to spell gracias! correctly
  • There are animals making noises which some times are quite painfull in my ears
  • Mexican food tastes good
  • The 10m diving plattform is higher than the palm trees
  • Jogging through early in the morning through a nearly empty hotel area has something... uhm... realy strange
  • Watermelon with chili is even stranger
  • Kolibris are interesting to watch
  • Keycards don't like human sweat
  • Sprinklers are nice to walk through; they should run more often
  • Walkie talkies are a nice thing to play with ;)

Oh, and I still need to write the report from the Desktop Architects Meeting earlier that week...

postet at 18:50 into [Debian/events/DebConf-6] permanent link


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