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Ever Wondered What Ubuntu Devs Look and Sound Like? March 2, 2006

Posted by Carthik in ubuntu.

Here is an eyeload of Ubuntu FanPeople Videos!!!

I love every bit of this.

Review Quiz:
What is Stephen Hermann saying he is? He goes… “Hello, I am _____” Fill in the blanks.


1. DAVE - March 4, 2006

I stumbled onto your site tonight and spent about 20 minutes trying to read through your blogs. My review? Very good info but very painful delivery. Its hard to read these posts…so I stopped reading. Format!

2. ubuntonista - March 4, 2006


Thank you for the comment. If you were referring to the centered text, and the lack of styling, I don’t know what happened, the WP style had gone bersek. Now it is reset, and all looks the way it should. Is everything okay now?

3. Justin - March 4, 2006

You have a really great blog, i’ll be sure to frequent it more often. Some really interesting stuff. I love some of those video’s too, cool.
Great post.

4. benplaut - March 5, 2006

devs making fools of themselves (some of them)… a pleasent sight 🙂

5. lfod - March 8, 2006

🙂 nice post

6. Øivind - March 9, 2006

Backslash wasn’t it?

7. Chuck - March 14, 2006

Comrads (the ubnonista thing, get it?),

I made a comment a while ago proposing the usefulness of a Windows/Linux translation so that people who were not half-bad at Windows could become half-bad at Linux more quickly.

I have a second suggestion regarding “hygene”, so to speak. In Windows, I understand the importance of restarting the machine, and I do it fairly regularly, usually because an install required it, but often just as good “hygene” to keep the system running well. In addition, I was concientious about how much software that I installed that I didn’t intend to keep or that I considered to be too agressive about installing junkware (like the older versions of Real Player – I eventually stopped installing that at all because of all the junkware that came with it). I sort of viewed a Windows install to have a finite number of uninstalls before the operating system would have to be reinstalled. And, as another type of “hygene” I would only do reinstalls where I reformatted the drive entirely and started from scratch – they just seemed to hold up better that way. And yet another hygene issue with Windows was that I only installed updates if I knew why becuase often the “updates” would be more restricted or another step closer to lockin of some type (like sneaking in DRM, etc). And I didn’t bother tyring to backup for a total format and restore – it seemed like if you didn’t reinstall everything, things just wouldn’t work right.

Is there any experience you can share in regard to these type of hygene issues with Linux? It seems to me I can basically trust the software to “not be evil” and give me DRM without telling me, etc. And it seems likely with a system like Linux that makes so much progress every day that updates should be welcomed. Is that unequivically true? What about rebooting – is that a good idea if possible to do frequently, or just under certain circumstances (running beta software or something like that)?

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