Wow, Advogato is back !!
I didn't went to the radio this thuesday, i just didn't feel like going. As a matter of fact i'm thinking about stop doing LinuxFM, i feel like i don't have the energy to continue doing it in solo.
Also the University LUG is looking more depressing every week.
The power cord of my ibook broked and i had to leave it at the repair center, i have 70% (2hrs aprox) of battery charge, what should i do with that :?
Also my switch in focus from development to advocacy in the last few years also doesn't help me much :-(.
Any way I'm sending some emails around. I traslated my résumé to english.
I'll give my überpopular talk about Open Source tomorrow in the Instituto Tecnologico de Nuevo León.
There had been a while since someone other than me was in LinuxFM, today Ricardo Cruz and Daniel Diaz stoped by. We made a good program.
Today i found a machine labeled "DIGITAL DEC 2000", it haves a very strange keyboard with a phone-like connector and a big (21" maybe) monitor with a even stranger connector (three cables labeled R(ed), G(reen) and B(lue). I pluged everything and powered it on, some lights went on in the computer, but there was no signal on the monitor :(, unfortunely i had to leave and didn't investigate further.
Now i can't find the specs of the machine as i don't know enought details about it, and there's a big range of machines that can be called a DEC 2000 so it's hard to know. I'll be thinking about that stupid machine all the weekend.
I'm currently sited around a DECpc axp 150 (alpha), a Sun Ultra 10 (ultra sparc) an Apple iBook g3 (ppc) and an IBM Netvista (x86). All of them are running Debian GNU/Linux.
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