tramp wrote:they have Banjo players in the committee.
It's the only thing that can mask the sheeps' screams.
Basslint wrote:rghvdberg wrote:10/10 would be a good date. So binary.
We got the date, but we missed it by a tiny bit. Shall we go for January 10th (01/10 in the US, 10/01 elsewhere)? It's a nice date because if you OR it, it gives 11, but if you AND it, it gives 00. And since free software gives you freedom, it's always OR.
milo wrote:[...] some random guy who liked my music [...] even sent me a small check as a token of his thanks, and it didn't even bounce! This experience really made my day, actually my month, and it really endeared me to the Free music community. It gave me a sense of duty to keep making Free music. It still motivates me, and I still think about it and smile.
I have been planning to make a number of donations to the projects I use heavily, and to do it this December to celebrate the release of my album. But maybe I'll bump the donation date to 01/10.
Linuxmusician01 wrote:Can we make a sticky where we list how to donate to certain projects? If I remember correctly I donated a few bucks to LM when it was mentioned in a topic that they need money.
sadko4u wrote:You can combine a "Thank to developer" day with unofficial (in Russia, official) "Programmer's day" which is 256th day of the year.
Basslint wrote:Dudes and dudettes, we failed pretty hard
See you next year on 10/10, which is the first date suggested and can be read both ways, unlike the other dates. Thanks everyone for the ideas, insights and culture you shared
Linuxmusician01 wrote:Just out of interest, which developer would you have liked to thank? I thanked Rui Nuno Capela.
Nachei wrote:I kinda picture most of developers as guys who see programming as sort of "solving complex sudokus", something that for some reason, mysterious to me, they enjoy to do, and they do it just for their own gratification
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