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I'm happy to be a part of the Linux Standard Base working meeting this Monday through Wednesday. I've seen a lot of progress in the past couple of months and am very excited about the doors that a Linux standard opens.

There are a lot of people, from a lot of Linux companies and outside application developers, participating next week. While there is always some disagreement over finer points, the movement is almost universally in the same direction. Seeing support for this from so many places makes me happy.

I finally got around to signing up for an account here, and rasmus was kind enough to vouch for me so I could post to stories (and create this diary entry). Interesting concept, this trust metrics... I'll have to spend some time looking at it eventually.

I'm very happy to be getting involved in Linux benchmarks nowadays, and hope to post some findings here in the future.

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