2012-01-02T18:16:09+00:00 To: PublicA long way off from "inbox zero", aiming for "inbox golf". Right now that's down 1000 messages/day, but it gets harder as I approach zero.
2011-11-28T00:07:01+00:00 To: PublicWill Linux Mint contribute their GNOME3 extensions, or patches for their fork of GNOME2 back upstream to GNOME? I'd give them a thumbs up.
2011-10-30T14:10:00+00:00 To: PublicLinux distros and foundations stand together on UEFI Secure Boot: http://bit.ly/vIb2Ih and http://bit.ly/ta9EF6
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2011-07-14T19:32:46+00:00 To: PublicLoving the plentiful, fresh, local fruits and veggies of summer, but wishing for a little more sun.
- @bkuhn It does make it easier sometimes. (I figure you agree with that, since Conservancy also optionally accepts assignments.)
- @bkuhn And you should know my opinion, after working with me on the Perl/Parrot CLA. No, I don't believe CAA is required for enforcement.
- @bkuhn I guess you're inferring that Canonical using a CAA is a strong statement that everyone should? It's a weak inference, and not true.
2011-06-29T14:55:45+00:00 To: Public@kevingranade Then it comes down to a question of how much copyright is enough to do enforcement.
- @fontana You could just as well say it empowers the project to do enforcement even if the developers don't want to bother.
2011-06-28T09:58:47+00:00 To: Public@bkuhn Doesn't mean the devs are *right* to blur the legal details, just that the finer points of licensing are picked up later.