Everybody loves T-Shirts, Etch.

An old photo of Joshua in his Debian T-Shirt has been used (with permission) by Holger Levsen in his presentation of http://www.debian-community.org/ given at FOSDEM 2007.
You can check out the slides here: http://layer-acht.org/slides/20070225-debian-community.org-prelaunch.pdf
and download a video here: http://meetings-archive.debian.net/pub/debian-meetings/2007/fosdem/

And yes, I feel very "debiany" today. In fact I just finished upgrading my server from Sarge to Etch and it went very smoothly, even if I had to reconfigure / migrate some settings – for example moving all the virtual server configuration from Apache 1.3 to 2.x … but it was about time for me to move my ass off 1.3! Among other things I am quite glad now I can use mod_mono and have it update with apt-get, instead than having my own compiled version with all sort of broken dependencies… also, it performs better – faster, and takes up the same amount of resources, which I would not have believed and I was in fact slightly concerned about. Nothing to be worried about, it turns out.

Some other guy was pointing me out today all the other improvements in the desktop-feature-space. I would not know, I am a runlevel-2 guy when it comes to linux.

One Response to “Everybody loves T-Shirts, Etch.”

  1. Damaged Tees Says:

    Funny Shirts…

    Great Funny Shirts…

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