As the Gluster Community Lead, I deal with quite a number of moving parts on a daily basis: mailing lists, web sites, groups of volunteers, workshop schedules, budgets and team members. As we go through our community restructuring (more detail on that Real Soon Now), it occurred to me that managing a large open source… Continue reading The Business of Open Source
After 17 years in the Bay Area (for me) and almost 30 years for Cathy, we've decided to unhitch our wagons and do the reverse westward-ho. As Californians like to say, we're going "back east." Our house in lovely San Carlos, CA just went on the market yesterday. You may wish to buy it, if… Continue reading Buh-bye, Bay Area; Hello, Boston!
@toxic sauce? you need sauce? what, the runoff liquer isn't good enough fer ya 🙂
exercising my fair use rights by ripping a bunch of CD's
@jrep what @hunleyd said - internet service is another story.
VMware might end up being Red Hat's biggest competitor - http://deltacloud.org/
@cdibona LOL! now that's a keeper 🙂
running Debian on Windows makes me feel all tingly inside - http://www.debian-interix.net/
for future reference, when wife asks "what's for dinner?" "Nothing, honey, I thought you were dieting" is *not* the correct answer