But I don't post too much anymore - not enough time and not enough motivation.
Some time ago, the police in a city where I used to live had a bright red classic Ford Mustang. They had a habit of pulling up to other cars at stop lights on one of the busiest roads in the area, and when the other drivers would take off in an attempt to race, the police would pull them over and ticket them. To me that's borderline dirty.
It's more or less a ghost town around here anymore. I still read the front page, but few people post anything of interest. The only thing keeping me here is an extreme case of apathy.
All is well with you?
Thanks. I have been cramming for weeks.
I couldn't, any more. My RH days are back in 2001...
Red Hat's definitely a different animal now, though the core should be familiar. The parts that make the exam hard are the parts that Red Hat in particular cares about but are generally not emphasized in other distros. And those parts are definitely post-2001.
I took the RHCSA exam this morning, and managed to pass it on the first try.
And the villagers rejoiced.
If every day goes like this, how do we survive?
We're working late on the night shift to get peace of mind.
Eric Prydz, "Every Day"
I can relate to this one all too well, especially of late...
...that the only code I write now, is for myself on my own personal projects. I have more interesting ways to spend my life than writing code for someone else.
I have to agree with some of the other comments I see sprinkled here and there - it has become much more of a PITA to post here, and there are fewer and fewer people posting. There's enough happening to keep me somewhat interested, though.
I have an Wacom Intuos 5 tablet and so far have had no real success getting it to play with the Gimp. Curious if you have fared any better?
NewEgg still sells Windows 7 laptops. Go into the laptops/notebooks section and enter Windows 7 as a keyword. Some of the units that come back are refurbs, but some are brand new.
Thanks. I still am here, and I still read most of your frequent posts (though sometimes I don't quite understand what you post). I have been meaning to ask you: how in the world do you find the stuff you post (in particular the links)? Sometimes you post things that really startle me and I can't figure out if you're on some mailing list or if you just know where to find stuff...
I don't have the time anymore because of the work I do. I have reached a point, though, where I need to consider doing something else (or for someone else) so I have my time with my family again.
It has been close to a year since I have bothered to post anything on here. I still read almost daily, and once in a great while I find something on here that entices me to comment though it's rare. Anymore the room is quiet, with the occasional political post or the intermittent technical post.
I have an account on LJ, but the interface is very stark and I am not sure how often I will use it. I think I understand why you're hoping it's temporary.
Not everyone left. I don't post often but I frequently read.
Oddly enough, Multiply's social stuff is about to go away.I have no clue where everyone plans to go as I was never really a serious part of the community. I imagine they'll scatter to the winds. I am curious to see if anyone returns.