Hey, All --Forgive me for being wrapped up in work and other stuff -- not the least of which was teaching a Linux class and having a student, watching my presentation, say "What's that?" to CrunchBang, since it was different than the distro he was installing -- but I wanted to point out a couple of event opportunities for CrunchBangers and other FOSS folks can attend.This month, Nor
Again this year, same procedure as every year, the openSUSE Project is attending the LinuxTag in Berlin with more than 30 members, a booth, several talks in the program and workshops. LinuxTag has been held regularly for 15 years, which is longer than any other Linux fair in Europe. More than 200 free software projects and companies participate and it attracts nearly 12,000 visitors.
I just checked in with Jon Buckley via telephone earlier tonight and it appears that, no, there will not be UbuCon at Ohio Linux Fest 2012. I am uncertain if there will be any presence by Erie Looking Productions there either due to adverse circumstances erupting.
Will you be in attendance at Ohio Linux Fest 2012?
Hi, all --I mentioned this a few months ago and now that we're getting closer to the date, I wanted to mention that CrunchBang has a booth at SCALE 11X (the Southern California Linux Expo) in February. Since the CrunchBang Planet is not yet up and running, I'll post the link to my Larry the CrunchBang Guy item, posted today, here:http://larrythecrunchbangguy.wordpress.
Hello all #!, I am still learning Linux and been distro hopping for a year or so as I did try Crunchbang Linux 10 when it first came out and enjoyed my experience but still ended up distro hopping. Until now I am back with the new Crunchbang Linux 11 and since I have now found my main distro #! it is time for me to join the best community and stop just being a lurker :D.