Went out to the kids ‘n billies festival yesterday, which is a child-friendly rock ‘n roll festival. Child-friendly in this context means that besiders the main stages, there was also face-painting and circus and candy and a lake with tadpoles. Also free ear protection — big green over-ear headsets to prevent hearing damage to the tots as they dance in front of the stage — and a lower default volume of “not painful or leaving your unprotected ears ringing for a week.”
.xinitrcagain. I’m glad sometimes the sordid underbelly is available, still. It made me think of Jos Poortvliet’s bit on the OpenSUSE 12.2 release process, and from there into the KDE 4.9 testing approach, which is probably where I should be focusing my thoughts.