10 Jul 2006 faw   » (Journeyer)

University vacantion... it is not the end of tests! :-)

So, my AM is back, he had some problems with his notebook. Last week he sent the second part of the P&P questions, 31 (exactly, thirty one) questions about the bug tracking system, good practices and how to work with different aspects of Debian Project. I couldn't say if the second part was hard or not, but it demands a lot of reading and writing. I'm happy so far (and I hope that he is also happy with my answers). Next step is the Tasks and Skills, but first I have to wait to get an OK on the P&P part.

The Debian Day is coming, 16.August is the Debian Anniversary, this year the project celebrates 13 years. Debian User Groups all around the world celebrate the day in a different way, but we call it the Debian Day. Another big event on the way it the Software Freedom Day, I hope to find the time to coordinate it all aroung Brasil, like FLISOL. I also have some reports to write, time is 'ticking' and I have to finish them as soon as possible (yes, writing here will not make the reports appear from the ground, but I would like to register it somewhere).

The i18n Extremadura Meeting is getting closer. I'm also happy to see some friends start working with Debian packages.
So, first semester of 2006 come to an end. Now it is time to register for the subjects of the next semester and then take a rest (at least from University) for the next couple of weeks.
[It's not that simple, plans for the future!]
Ok, lots of things moving, and lots of them moving pretty fast, but (yes... you know... there is always one or two around) not everything is quite easy (and lots of things are more complicated than they should be, thanks to people that loves to push on that way). Somebody should say that if it is easy it shouldn't be fun... well... it is quite true, anyway, sometimes you would like one or two items to be easier. These days, a lot of ideas in mind and not that much time to work on them, but I really would like to get a few things done and I will try my best during the next weeks to accomplish this. Let's see what happens! :-)

And yes, we are in the middle of the year, time to check priorities, look to the six months that I left behind and start thinking about the next months until the end of the year. Sometimes you have triggers for that, situations that make you think about yourself, your friends and your family... yes... sorry... it should be a tech diary. ;-)
Thanks to Stevey, he certified me as an Apprentice!
I will create a blog, so I can talk about different subjects (but I will keep my advogato up-to-date, well, at least I will keep trying).

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