[News] Debian Developer Interview and KDE Forum Progress

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[News] Debian Developer Interview and KDE Forum Progress

Postby Roy Schestowitz » Tue, 30 Dec 2008 23:25:32 GMT

andom DeveloperInterviews

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| Back in 1996 I participated in a C programming
| course at the Imperial College Dept. of
| Computing, and they used Debian (must have
| been 0.93) on their teaching pool machines
| that made me aware enough of Debian to
| install 1.1 (I think) and subsequently apply
| as DD in 1997. The initial task to rove my
| worthinessset for me by Joey Schulze after
| verifying my identity was packaging moodss,
| a Tk/Tcl admin tool.
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 http://www.**--****.com/ :-Lars-Steinke

KDE Forum: Kourse 1 in Progress!

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| KDE Forum Klassroom Kourse 1 is in progress! This
| kourse is being led by msoeken & the topic for
| this is ixing KSnapshot bugs
| The Kourse started with 5 bugs as aim. Students
| would be required to fix them and will be guided
| by msoeken while doing so.
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 http://www.**--****.com/ 


Recent:

Installing Lenny

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Re: [News] Debian Developer Interview and KDE Forum Progress

Postby Hadron » Tue, 30 Dec 2008 23:59:44 GMT

Roy Schestowitz < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > writes:

> andom DeveloperInterviews
>>
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>> | Back in 1996 I participated in a C programming
>> | course at the Imperial College Dept. of
>> | Computing, and they used Debian (must have
>> | been 0.93) on their teaching pool machines
>> | that made me aware enough of Debian to>
> | install 1.1 (I think) and subsequently apply>
> | as DD in 1997. The initial task to rove my>
> | worthinessset for me by Joey Schulze afte>
> | verifying my identity was packaging moodss>
> | a Tk/Tcl admin tool>
> `--->
>  http://www.**--****.com/ :-Lars-Steinke

,----
| "Debian is also famous for epic flamewars which sadly have lead to
| some developers quitting the project or reducing their involvement."
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Ok.....

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| How are you currently involved in the Debian proejct?
| 
| Sadly enough my participation was rather passive in the last few years,
| due to my private and professional life putting demands on me which only
| marginally overlapped with the projects' demands.
`----

Ok.... so interviews with random retired "Debian developers" who now
concentrate on their commercial endeavours...

,----
| How do you currently use Debian?
| 
| Incidentally, I am proud of Debian being the solid basis for Ubuntu,
| which has become my standard desktop and server system back in 2006.
`----

Ok ... evasion noted.
>

> KDE Forum: Kourse 1 in Progre>s!>
>
> ,----[ Quot> ]
> | KDE Forum Klassroom Kourse 1 is in progress! T>is
> | kourse is being led by msoeken & the topic >or
> | this is ixing KSnapshot bugs>€
> | The Kourse started with 5 bugs as aim. Stud>nts
> | would be required to fix them and will be gu>ded
> | by msoeken while doing>so.
> `>-->
>
>  http://www.**--****.com/ 

Any developers here should read that thread. It's hilarious. It's like
Larry, Moe, and Curly trying to fit a new spark plug or somethin>.
>
>
> Rec>nt>
>
> Installing L>nn>
>
>  http://www.**--****.com/ 

" http://www.**--****.com/ "


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