Every time I visit this site, I am sad because of the last post.
It’s time to hold my breath, rip off the band-aid and start writing again.
Sure, it was accidentally used as a valentine’s commercial but I just really like the beat. And the anti-war sentiment is pretty awesome as well.
Continue reading “Remove the Bandaid, Already!”
I was carrying a load of clothes back from the laundromat when two little kittens walked boldly up to me demanding attention and love and fish. I remember scooping them up immediately and sneaking into our TLF – even though no pets were allowed.
My sister adopted Ms. Piggy immediately and I claimed Confucius as my own. At the vet’s office they received shots and new names – Ms Piggy was the boy and became Ralph. Confucius was a girl, and thus, became Cleo.
Continue reading “Rest in Peace, Cleo”
Fedora is a big community that includes contributors and users from many different countries, each with their own experiences and historical backgrounds that contribute to a diverse mix of cultural, educational, and behavioral norms.
To continuously create and foster an inclusive environment in the Fedora community, it’s important to respond to the needs of existing contributors and users, and welcome new contributors and users from diverse backgrounds.
Continue reading “Call for applications for Fedora Diversity Advisor (A Volunteer Position)”
No, we’re not pregnant.
No, we’re not moving.
I have a shiny new job.
But first, some history.
Had a blast.
Then Red Hat changed their new hire scope – you had to have two of three requirements – customer service, technical skills, or linux. I had the first two. I was hired. I had a blast.
But when you work at Red Hat, every day is drinking from the firehose and I had to stop coding entirely.
Continue reading “AND THE BIG NEWS IS (drumroll, please)”