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[bookmark=]My second @openSUSE Conference talk of the day just went live - Why all Regular Release distributions are wrong and rolling is the _only_ way Linux distributions should be done today [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]MicroOS Desktop: The Road to Daily Driving is already online for those of you who missed @sysrich's talk [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]How Microsoft went from "Linux is a cancer." to "Microsoft Loves Linux."… via @InsiderPro_IDG & @sjvn

Here, step by step, is how @Microsoft went from being #'s & # greatest enemy to being one of its greatest supporters. [/bookmark]


biggest supporter of Linux?

or biggest usurper of Linux?

[bookmark=]Interested in the future of Linux Desktops? Join my talk in 40 minutes in about everything we need to do to make the @OMicroos Desktop ready to be an easy, immutable, daily driving desktop. [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]Now, if this isn't the coolest thing you've seen today then you need to close the refrigerator. It's an animation of how bridges were built in Central Europe in the middle-ages.


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[bookmark=]Genie: you have 3 wishes
Me: 1) Trump & entire GOP voted out office.
Genie: OK
Me: 2) World peace and everybody has food / healthcare
Genie: Tricky, but OK
Me: 3) I wish my co-workers would trim emails and stop top-posting
Genie: That's ridiculous[/bookmark]

If I'd do that, I'd likely weight a few kilos more…
[bookmark=]I should give myself a cookie every time I refer back to docs I wrote.[/bookmark]

[bookmark=]Open Invention Network open-source, non-aggression patents now covers Android and exFAT. via @ZDNet & @sjvn More # projects than ever are now being protected by OIN # covenants including #, #, and, as always, #. [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]An open letter to Apache OpenOffice [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]Plasma 5.20, by all accounts a massive release, is here. Plasma 5.20 comes with tons of new features and improvements which will make your Plasma desktop experience easier, smoother and more fun.…


[bookmark=]In 2015, @rotterdam installed the first rain sensors at a downtown intersection.

Now, when it starts to shower, the traffic lights prioritize cyclists so they don’t wait as long. Drivers must wait a bit longer, because they are inside and can remain dry.


[bookmark=]No, Microsoft is not rebasing Windows to Linux [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]Last week we had the annual SUSE Labs conf. While meeting IRL is irreplaceable, it was a very smooth experience thanks to @bigbluebutton hosted by @blindsidenetwks. The public talks are also on youtube - [/bookmark]