Month: March 2011

Bye bye Bangalore

Now I have traded hot and dry for cool and damp, it’s about time to put my thoughts together regarding conf.kde.in. That will be a separate post though. There are also slides to upload and things like that. I flew back with Fregl; JR had a flight an hour earlier so the three of us […]

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Bangalore has OpenSUSE 11.4

Jos has written a lengthy blog about OpenSUSE 11.4, which was released today. Attendees of conf.kde.in in Bangalore have it, too, thanks to the bandwidth of a station wagon full of tapes. I just installed it in a spare partition (wedged between Fedora and Kubuntu) and it looks great at first glance. Isn’t that Ivan’s […]

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Bangalore in the Dark

At Frankfurt I bumped into Knut and Will, so we had a brief pow-wow on the state of the world. the state always seems to change just as you start on a trip, doesn’t it. After a long but uneventful flight (with Golman 3 as in-flight Bollywood, most excellent) we were greeted with chirping birds […]

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Bangalore Approach

On a train again – the same route I take every monday to my work, but now two hours earlier and with Bangalore, India as destination at the end of the day. I am truly looking forward to the conference; I will be giving a non-technical talk and will be happy to catch some technical […]

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