OSS
Update: I found a roommie, yay! I can't wait to see you all at the summit. I'm trying to figure out how I can attend DrupalCon 2007 at the Open Source CMS Summit
organization
I've finally given up on keeping my calendar, etc. on the laptop. It just doesn't work for me. I've gone back to the system that got me through my youth juggling homework, work,
NaNoWriMo
I've been thinking about it in an offhand, "Oh, I'd never have time" sort of way for a couple of years. This year, thanks to my good friend Steve, I'm doing
OSS
Today, Rob Levin, aka lilo, CEO of PDPC and head of the Freenode IRC network, died of wounds sustained in a car-vs-bicycle accident a few days ago. He leaves behind his wife, Deborah,
business
Recently, I've recieved a number of job offers from people who make even this died-in-the-wool techie feel like business and marketing experts rolled into one. I'm all for finding work. As a matter
tech
It seems that having some sort of special program to "reach out" to women is the trendy thing in FOSS right now. Debian Women has been around for ages, but now
OSS
At today's Edubuntu Community Council meeting, pygi (Mario Danic) and I were officially made Edubuntu members, each by a unanimous vote. At the meeting, JaneW and others encouraged me to become more involved