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Andrew Wafaa
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A.K.A. FunkyPenguin. Geek Father with a love for Geekos. Porting openSUSE to ARM.
A.K.A. FunkyPenguin. Geek Father with a love for Geekos. Porting openSUSE to ARM.

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Getting ready for the +openSUSE​ Board meeting
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Conference season continues, off to Nuremberg for +openSUSE​ Conference but first Board Face2Face. Makes the 2am start all the more worthwhile.

Conference season continues, heading out to #ApacheCon in Miami. If you're attending & want to chat about software/ARM/anything let me know

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Looks like I should call #OpenStackSummit in Boston the #legroom run. Not quite as luxurious as on the way out, but still spacious 🤗
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#Legroom on the way to Boston for #OpenStack Summit
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For those living under a rock, +Jonathan Corbet is a master of capturing and conveying stories. Case in point is +openSUSE's recent version renumbering. If you don't have an LWN subscription shame on you, you really should, you can read his article here.

Thanks Jonathan for showing the humour in our community, dealing with these fairly mundane issues can be tiring and on the face of it thankless. Having someone who can cut through the crap and see things for what they really are and articulate it so well, makes it so much more worthwhile.

Bah! #Chromebrew doesn't work out of the box on the shiny Chromebook Plus :( needs work to support #armv8. Suppose I'll have to dust of an uSD card and dual boot. Shame, as I'm really happy with Chromebrew on my Flip 

Just noticed that my PixelXL shows up as a Nexus4/5/7/10 when I connect it to my chromebook, and some people said Nexus was dead.

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As if further proof was needed that Drumpf's actions are racially motivated .

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One for #lazyplus : Has anyone used Chromebrew (http://skycocker.github.io/chromebrew/) and if so would you recommend it? I use my Flip pretty heavily and like and enjoy ChromeOS. There are a handful of apps I miss (looking at you git), mostly for development work and get tired of using either Crouton or dual booting.

I may change my view on the latter when I get my new machine, but I'm looking at now not then.
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