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Published: Saturday 2005-07-09.
It’s time again for
with, by and for Debian developers.
Since I am a Debian developer, and like Finland, I thought it felt like
a good idea to combine the two and take a trip to Helsinki (or rather
Otaniemi in Espoo just outside of Helsinki) in the summer heat.
The weather outside the window is sunny and warm, a blue sky with just a few
But I don’t care, I am sitting here in a big computer room with my
laptop computer in front of me, having a good time.
Last time I visited DebConf was two years ago, when the event
was held in Oslo,
at a nice walking distance from my flat.
This year I am staying at a hotel, and just have a few minutes to walk.