Yesterday, I got DebConf7 “For Immigration purposes”, a letter that I’ll be using when in UK embassy in order to get my visa for Edinburgh.
“Dear Adnan Hodzic,
We are delighted to accept your registration for this year’s Debian Project Developers Conference, Debconf7. The conference will be held at Teviot Row House, Bristo Place, Edinburgh EH8 9AL, from Sunday 10 June to Sunday 24 June 2007.
Debconf7 Limited will pay for your food and accommodation for the duration of the conference”
Below are my details, and below that is just explanation what Debian is and what DebConf is. Place itself looks very nice, but the major fun pictures will be posted once I was there :)
Smps, I may already noticed “smps” … prolly in some slackware related contex. He was there, so thanks to him you’ll be seeing these pictures. Of course this is his public gallery, so if you’re not into IT, donut get too excited :)
I include all the pictures, because some of them were blurry, prolly because he took it with his Motorola phone :) That doesn’t matter because still even his phone is on linux.
He went from Vienna (Austria) to Hanover (Germany)
I first found out about “IT Crowd” in 2006, from another geek, very Moss (character alike). I played it too see what’s it all about, and it wasn’t just as regular “heh” or whatever, it was a definitely “LOL”. Even though I was dead tired, I had to stay up to see all episodes till the early morning next day.
So to put it simple, IT Crowd is something I was waiting my whole life for. Whole session one was available for download legally from Channel 4. I definitely suggest you get these episodes.
Now it’s time to get things more interesting. Session 2 filming was scheduled for January/February 2007. While I waited for session 2, I googled, and found a lot of interesting comments, most of them how great this show was, and great number of posters from USA said that they wished they had this show in USA.
This took awhile, I went through around 500 games, first I tried to make some sort of top 10, top 25 list or something similar. But this is just not possible, some will love certain genre while others will hate it. So I’ll just post the once I liked, so this list is not in any particular order.
You get this games for free (instead of paying for it), I’m really not familiar with the law, but if games creators want it removed, I’ll remove them. So please don’t sue me :) I’m serious.
These games were tested on Sony Ericsson W810i, you’ll need a good phone with good processing power, so anything below K750 … I’m not sure you’ll be able to play it. Good luck.