JanKusanagi jankusanagi@identi.ca

Between Jabberia and the Pumpiverse!

Mageia GNU/Linux + KDE Plasma user. I also use Debian GNU/Linux and Archlinux. Jabber/XMPP chatter, Pumper, C/C++/Qt coder. Developer of the Dianara pump.io client. Some tips for pump.io: http://communicationfreedom.wordpress.com/2014/03/17/pump-io-tips/ And if your Pump.io server is identi.ca, check this out: https://identi.ca/jankusanagi/note/IpfiW7kBQYuXt6H7odMzQQ

  • Notice: Dianara Git repository moved

    2015-03-25T15:20:16Z via Dianara To: Public , Bd Sn , howcanuhavemyusername (Metal Biker) CC: Followers

    Due to the upcoming shutdown of the gitorious.org service, caused by the company behind it being acquired by GitLab, I've moved my Git repositories to their proposed gitlab.com service.


    This includes the Git repo for Dianara, which is now located at https://gitlab.com/dianara/dianara-dev.


    You can update your clone with this command in the dianara-dev directory:


    git remote set-url origin https://gitlab.com/dianara/dianara-dev.git


    ... and then just git pull as usual.


    Translators will probably need an account there for Pull Requests, but I'll be happy to just manually merge translation files sent by e-mail.


    The issue tracker is now here.


    Let me know if you find any issues with this move.

    Cheers! o/

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    Kalaberas , Claes Wallin (韋嘉誠) , Claes Wallin (韋嘉誠) , johan and 9 others shared this.

    time to update my gentoo ebuild

    johan at 2015-03-26T08:17:25Z

    Claes Wallin (韋嘉誠) likes this.

    Wow, just built the latest version.  I have to say that your build instructions were very clear.

    Benjamin Cook at 2015-03-26T17:49:34Z

    >> Benjamin Cook:

    “Wow, just built the latest version. I have to say that your build instructions were very clear.”

    Cool =)

    JanKusanagi at 2015-03-26T17:59:25Z

  • Six seasons and a movie!!

    2015-03-23T04:44:07Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

  • List of Pump users by language

    2015-03-18T18:01:05Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    I've created a new page under the Pump.io wiki, called Users by language.


    It's a manually crafted list of some Pump.io users grouped by the language they usually use in their posts. This is intended as a resource we can show new users to help them find people (and organizations) who post in their language.


    For now, I've added a few organizations I know, and a few users that gave their consent to be listed there. Anyone can help expanding this.


    You can add yourself to the list, if you have a github.com account, or ask someone to add you. If you leave a comment asking for it here, I'll add you when I get the chance ;)

    I'll just need you to tell me under which language you want to be, and a short description if you don't have anything written in the bio of your Pump profile.


    There are other means of searching for users, of course, such as this user search utility in a PPump service.


    If you know about some organization with a Pump.io account, such as the Free Software Foundation or April.org, you can add them to this list without asking, since they're public entities.


    https://github.com/e14n/pump.io/wiki/Users-by-language 


    What do you think?

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    >> XRevan86:

    “@JanKusanagi, I guess :-).”

    Allright then! You'll be the first to be under "Russian" =)

    JanKusanagi at 2015-03-23T22:15:13Z

    Add me under Italian pls. 1st one
    Then add Jolla to Suomi pls, it is under English and it is not a U.K company neither American. IT is old Nokia colleagues of mine at Meego/ Symbian/Maemo, then put them under Suomi pls Jan :)

    debexpert at 2015-03-27T15:02:30Z

    Jan, I have added italian users and put Jolla under Suomi also {beyond English}

    debexpert at 2015-03-27T15:12:45Z

    >> debexpert:

    “Then add Jolla to Suomi pls, it is under English and it is not a U.K company neither American.”

    I understand they're not from the UK nor the US (America speaks more languages than English, it's more than the USA :p), but they always post in English, which is the criteria here ;)


    I understand from your next comment that you did this yourself, right? Cool!

    JanKusanagi at 2015-03-27T15:28:41Z

  • Wait! I want to tell you about my favorite kernel!!

    2015-03-17T23:18:19Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    Hey, guy!! Do you have a moment?? xD

    XRevan86 , Sevillana Linuxera , David Palacios , neomathews and 6 others like this.

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  • *_*

    2015-03-16T16:02:27Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    ... woof woof!

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  • Dianara's notifications under Xfce

    2015-03-16T00:10:35Z via Dianara To: Public , coyote CC: Followers

    If you use Dianara and your desktop environment is Xfce, you might have noticed that the "new post" notifications are useless when the notification style is set to "As system notifications" in Dianara's settings.


    It's due to this: https://bugzilla.xfce.org/show_bug.cgi?id=11706 


    In the meantime, just set the notification style to "own notifications". They're uglier, but at least you can read them ;)


    Thanks to @coyote for bringing this up =)

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    Claes Wallin (韋嘉誠) , Claes Wallin (韋嘉誠) , Claes Wallin (韋嘉誠) shared this.

    I usually turn the notifications off as I've got so many weird things going on anyhow. I generally try to shut off notifications as much as possible...but that is just me.

    Stephen Michael Kellat at 2015-03-16T00:14:27Z

    >> Stephen Michael Kellat:

    “I generally try to shut off notifications as much as possible...”

    That's what the option is for =)

    JanKusanagi at 2015-03-16T00:19:16Z

    I'll take a look....

    tekk at 2015-03-16T05:46:34Z

  • Dianara v1.3.0 Beta 1

    2015-03-06T02:26:55Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    Hi there! A few weeks ago I posted about Dianara-dev being usable again.

    Now that some of the rough edges have been polished, it's time for a beta.


    The main change since v1.2.5 has been the refactoring of the way the timelines are handled, which makes updates much faster. Also, the annoying "timeline goes to top on update" effect is mostly gone, though the timeline still moves around when updates are received, this needs fixing. The number of unread posts is not reset on each update anymore. If you get more new posts than what you have configured to show in one page, you'll be notified of how many more posts are pending to be received in the next update. The posts opened from the Meanwhile feed via the "+" button will now be able to load the comments much more often.


    Other smaller enhancements are a few new options in the Configuration dialog, such as the options to highlight comments made by you, or comments made by the author of a post and to choose the size of avatars, or more obvious "frames" for shared posts.


    There's also an option to hide duplicated posts; that is, posts which were already visible in the timeline will not be shown again when someone shares them.


    One new feature that is not visible is nickname completion, a.k.a. "mentioning". If you type '@' while composing a post, you'll get a list of the people you follow. You can then type the first characters of a name and use the arrows and enter keys to select the contact you wish to mention. When creating a note, this will add that contact to the "To" list, which means they'll get your post in their "direct messages" inbox. This was possible before, using the "To" and "Cc" menus, but now it's simpler =)


    Check the current CHANGELOG for a more detailed list of changes.


    If you didn't already use the development version of Dianara and wish to try it out, you can find it here: https://gitorious.org/dianara 


    If you prefer, here's a source code tarball of this beta release:

    http://download.savannah.gnu.org/releases/dianara/dianara-v1.3.0beta1.tar.gz 


    The INSTALL file has instructions on how to build it and dependencies.


    Feedback is welcome!


    Cheers! o/

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    >> Kevin Ford:

    “Thanks for making, maintaining, and sharing Dianara, Jan.”


    You're very welcome! =)

    JanKusanagi at 2015-03-06T23:01:40Z

    yeah SAVANNAH REPOSITORY!!! (^_^)/

    kompatux3s at 2015-03-09T16:29:27Z

    >> kompatux3s:

    “yeah SAVANNAH REPOSITORY!!! (^_^)/”


    Stable releases have always been there =)

    JanKusanagi at 2015-03-09T20:38:40Z

  • Swift 3.0 Beta 1 jabber/XMPP client is out!

    2015-02-28T02:57:33Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    Swift is a great jabber/XMPP client application for desktop systems, very easy to use and ideal for new users. Check it out! =)



    The first beta of the upcoming Swift 3.0 has been released

    “We’ve just released a Swift 3.0 beta. A fuller list of new features is available on the download page, but highlights include file transfer support, keyword highlighting, nuisance user blocking and seamless multi-person chats. We encourage everyone to get the new build and try it out, and tell us about any bugs they should come across as we work towards release candidates and a final release.”


    Changelog:


    These are the main changes since 2.0:

    • Chats can now be seamlessly upgraded to multi-person chats by either inviting someone via the ‘cog’ menu, or dragging them from the roster. This relies on server-side support with an appropriate chatroom (MUC) service.
    • Highlighting of keywords and messages from particular users can now be configured (Keyword Highlighting Blog post).
    • Full profile vcards (contact information etc.) are now supported and can be configured for the user and queried for contacts.
    • Simple Communication Blocking is now supported (subject to server support) to allow the blocking of nuisance users.
    • Swift can now transfer files via the ‘Jingle File Transfer’ protocol.
    • The status setter will now remember previously set statuses and will allow quick access to these when the user types part of a recently used status.
    • Tooltips for contacts in the roster now show their vcard profile information
    • The top of the roster window now shows a tooltip with your vcard profile information in
    • Chatrooms (MUCs) can now be bookmarked by right-clicking on their entry in the Recent Chats list, or from the ‘cog’ menu for any room you’re currently in.
    • The tooltips for MUC occupants now show their affiliation and role in the room (e.g. Administrator)
    • A new “Compact Roster” setting removes avatars and statuses from the roster.
    • Support for ‘right-to-left’ languages has been improved.
    • A small number of emoticons will be automatically rendered when receiving text, e.g. :), this can be disabled from the View menu.
    • Swift now distinguishes between contacts who have chosen to show as ‘away’ and those whose clients have noticed they’re idle (requires support in contacts' clients).
    • Typing search terms with the roster selected will start to search for contacts matching the terms (useful for users with large rosters).
    • An experimental ‘Trellis’ view for viewing several chats and rooms at once has been added. This is currently hidden; contact us if you’re interested in testing this feature.
    • And assorted smaller features and usability enhancements.


    http://swift.im/releases/swift-3.0beta1/ 

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    Programas jabber/xmpp disponibles : n+1...

    xikufrancesc at 2015-02-28T03:36:19Z

    >> xikufrancesc:

    “Programas jabber/xmpp disponibles : n+1...”


    Pues mira, sera uno más, pero se ha puesto las pilas y por fin: "Swift can now transfer files via the ‘Jingle File Transfer’ protocol."


    Lo probare con Conversations.

    trinux at 2015-02-28T07:45:01Z

    >> sazius:

    “Looks nice, I can find any mention of OTR support, though.”


    I doubt that will be a priority for them. Swift is focused on being very simple to use to Jane and Joe User. I don't think something like OTR can fit in that xD

    JanKusanagi at 2015-02-28T13:44:04Z

  • Mwahahahahaaaaaa!!

    2015-02-26T22:02:25Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    We have plans.... evil plans!

    Tedel , hermesgabriel , PuppetMast3r , Charles Stanhope and 9 others like this.

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  • #jeffwecan

    2015-02-19T00:11:17Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    Meet Jeff, the diseased lung in a cowboy hat, from Last Week Tonight (youtube.com)


    Now that's a fitting mascot for certain... products ;)

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    I had no idea that tobacco companies were still acting so repulsively. The amorality of corporations never ceases to amaze me.

    Charles Stanhope at 2015-02-19T03:34:23Z

  • Mageia 5, Beta 3 is out!

    2015-02-15T17:18:18Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    “The release date was a close call between Friday, the 13th and Valentine’s day… but finally, Mageia 5 beta 3 is available for tests. You will find more information about it on the Release Notes page.”

    http://blog.mageia.org/en/2015/02/13/bad-luck-or-valentine-gift-mageia-5-beta-3-is-out/ 




    I upgraded my Mageia 4 to Cauldron (development branch, currently the same as Mageia 5b3) a few weeks ago, and I'm very happy with it =)


    An amazing distribution in general, and for GNU/linux beginners in particular ;)

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    Estoy a punto de instalar junto a Mageia openSUSE. Curiosamente jamás he probado esa distribución.

    hermesgabriel at 2015-02-15T17:56:43Z

    Pinta muy bien, lo mismo hago como @hermesgabriel y la instalo junto a Xubuntu

    Charly Brown at 2015-02-15T18:00:09Z

    What's so special about mageia? I looked at their site, but couldn't figure out what makes them different or what's their speciality/goal etc.

    Aqeel Zafar at 2015-02-16T11:10:05Z

    >> Aqeel Zafar:

    “What's so special about mageia?”


    Well, I don't know if "so special" is the term here. What makes it so great, IMHO, is that it's oriented to novice users, while still being great for advanced users.


    It has some pretty great features for novices (some as part of its Mandrake/Mandriva legacy, some new), and it was easy to use with point-and-click (well, as Mandriva) way before Ubuntu came along claiming to be "for humans". Sadly, it never got as much attention from the media...

    JanKusanagi at 2015-02-17T14:55:27Z

  • Titles!

    2015-02-14T16:41:20Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)


    Or, in clearer words: if you add a title to your posts (if your client has that option, but most do), everyone, no matter which client they're using, will have a nicer "Meanwhile" feed, and much more useful e-mail notifications (for those who have them), so everybody wins ;)


    Not to mention the fact that some clients have bugs that break the activity's description when there's no title, and interactions with your untitled post might end up being just "Jane Doe posted a comment in reply to." (yes, in reply to nothing) or "John Doe favorited." (favorited what?).


    Nobody should feel "forced" to use titles, of course. This is just a suggestion, but one that can make the experience better for everyone here ;)

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    takes the freestyle out! reason why sharing is fun, you just put together whatever is on your mind, not too much effort, probably there should be auto-titles, like first line or first few words, or if pump goes AI, the crux would be better

    testbeta at 2015-02-15T14:50:19Z

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    >> testbeta:

    “you just put together whatever is on your mind, not too much effort”


    Just put part of what's on your mind in the title, then xD


    I think the picture speaks for itself, don't you? =)

    JanKusanagi at 2015-02-15T15:03:26Z

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    LOL the title made me laugh when I saw it in my feed, and I hope it did for anyone else who has seen "sean connery" in the snl celebrity jeopardy skits.

    but yes, titles are good!

    jrobb at 2015-03-25T02:25:36Z

    >> jrobb:

    “but yes, titles are good!”

    They are! More than people realize...

    JanKusanagi at 2015-03-26T14:56:44Z

  • Dianara-dev usable again

    2015-02-08T16:21:12Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    Some time ago I posted a note about how some breaking changes were coming to the development version of my Pump.io client, Dianara, which would break it in some ways, introducing a few regressions and making it... not fully usable for a while.


    Well, at this point, I'd say the current -dev, v1.3.0-alpha+19 is fully usable again! As it's the development version, you can expect some rough edges, but I happily use it every day, and in many ways, it works much better than the stable 1.2.5 version =)



    The main change has been the refactoring of the way the timelines are handled, which makes updates much faster now. Also, the annoying "timeline goes to top on update" effect is mostly gone. The number of unread posts is not reset on each update. If you get more new posts than what you have configured to show in one page, you'll be notified of how many more are pending to receive. The posts opened from the Meanwhile feed via the "+" button will now be able to load the comments much more often.


    Other smaller enhancements are a few new options in the Configuration dialog, such as the options to highlight comments made by you, or comments made by the author of a post and to choose the size of avatars (left side of the picture), or more obvious "frames" for shared posts (right side, and also optional).


    There's also an option to hide duplicated posts; that is, posts which were already visible in the timeline will not be shown again when someone shares them.


    One new feature that is not visible is nickname completion, a.k.a. "mentioning". If you type '@' while composing a post, you'll get a list of the people you follow. You can then type the first characters of a name and use the arrows and enter keys to select the contact you wish to mention. When creating a note, this will add that contact to the "To" list, which means they'll get your post in their "direct messages" inbox. This was possible before, using the "To" and "Cc" menus, but now it's simpler =)


    Check the current CHANGELOG for a more detailed list of changes.


    If you didn't already use the development version of Dianara and wish to try it out, you can find it here: https://gitorious.org/dianara 



    Happy testing! o/


    P.S.- Note that one of the rough edges is that old posts are not discarded at the moment, so the timelines will get bigger and bigger, and memory usage will increase over time.

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  • Why Germans don't play Scrabble

    2015-02-02T14:51:27Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    Not bad xD

    Krugor , Cyber Killer , Timo Kankare , EVAnaRkISTO and 1 others like this.

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    Es una lengua aglutinante, por lo que en realidad se jugaría al Intelect mucho mejor.

    Cada jugador va encadenando raíces hasta montar el chorizo gigantesco :-)

    Shevek (tcc M.P.) at 2015-02-02T15:47:21Z

    Jajaja para cagarse.

    Sólo para decir "tanque" te unen tres palabras.

    Ni lo intentes.

    Briareo Hecatonquiro at 2015-02-02T15:50:30Z

  • Hello Kev!

    2015-01-31T17:04:47Z via Dianara To: Public , Kevin Ford

    Do you know this guide? https://github.com/e14n/pump.io/wiki/User-Guide 


    The basics are explained there, either directly or in the links within =)


    Other than that, feel free to post your doubts here, either as new posts or as replies to this message.


    Welcome! o/

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    Trying to build latest stable 1.2.5 version of your Dianara client on elementaryOS so I can see more of the pumpiverse, but not having much luck:
    $ qmake-qt4 ..
    works, but
    $ make
    breaks with:
    ../src/pumpcontroller.h:48:26: fatal error: qjson/parser.h: No such file or directory

    I may not have all required libraries installed...

    Kevin Ford at 2015-01-31T17:28:00Z

    Yes, you need qjson-dev, whatever the exact name of the package is in that distribution. It's all listed in the INSTALL file.


    However, you could, probably, use the package from Debian Sid =)

    JanKusanagi at 2015-01-31T17:34:04Z

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    >> JanKusanagi:

    “Yes, you need qjson-dev, whatever the exact name of the package is in that distribution. It's all listed in the INSTALL file.

    However, you could, probably, use the package from Debian Sid =)”


    Thanks for the tip. Managed to build it ok. Still learning the interface. Nice client!

    Kevin Ford at 2015-01-31T18:17:31Z

  • 17 unusual pets that you can own

    2015-01-29T21:16:19Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    “Owning a pet is a huge responsibility, but owning an exotic one can be a full-time job.”


    Of course, adorable armadillos can't be missing from such a list:



    And neither can axolotls!



    http://www.omgfacts.com/lists/17636/17-Unusual-Pets-That-You-Can-Own 

    Charles Stanhope likes this.

    Thanks Jan. Had a bad day today. Long day at work, damage to my car and the 8 'o clock news being canceled because of a hostage situation, confirming the world is one fire. Could use some nice and innocent pictures of cute animals.

    roelofpieter at 2015-01-29T21:42:55Z

    >> roelofpieter:

    “Thanks Jan. Had a bad day today.”


    Glad it helped =)

    JanKusanagi at 2015-01-29T22:10:08Z

  • Mageia 5 beta 2 is out!

    2015-01-19T00:59:43Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    "After several delays the beta 2 version of Mageia 5 is finally out! You can find more information here.

    But, it seems that yet again we need to postpone the Mageia 5 release.

    Due to various difficulties with EFI boot, grub 2 and a few other things, we need a little more time. Only a few members of our QA team have EFI-based machines, so if you do have such equipment please test Beta 2 and report your experience.

    Our QA, Packagers and ISO teams are working around the clock to bring us all a stable and secure release, but they still need to work out a few kinks.

    Therefore, we are planning one more Beta release before the release candidate. So the final timeline looks like this:

    • Beta 3 – February 3
    • RC – February 24
    • Final release – March 10

    We’re sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience and understanding, and in case you were wondering if there’s anything you could do to help, just ask the teams!

    We need as many people as possible to try this beta in order to identify any remaining problems. Please report any problems that you experience in the forums, mailing lists or, preferably, in bugzilla. Also don’t forget to check the errata."


    http://blog.mageia.org/en/2015/01/16/mageia5-beta2-is-out-a-story-of-badluck/ 

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    >> Fabián Gómez:

    “pregunta tecnica: ¿que sistema de archivos es recomendable para cada particion?( /, /home u otro mas que se me fuera)”


    Hombre, lo normal, y muy muy probado, es ext4, que por supuesto, es la opcion predefinida que usara el instalador salvo que se le indique otra cosa explicitamente.

    JanKusanagi at 2015-01-19T02:30:11Z

    mayormente pregunté por temerario, en mas de un foro a ext4 ya comienzan a verlo como si fiera el sistema-de-archivos/pieza-de-museo que aun usa windows

    Fabián Gómez at 2015-01-19T02:37:51Z

    Pues que lo vean como quieran, pero sigue siendo un buen sistema de archivos muy probado, y la opcion mas estandar. Hasta que Btrfs no este mas probado y pulido, tenemos Ext4 para rato.

    JanKusanagi at 2015-01-19T02:40:29Z

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    >> Fabián Gómez:

    “mayormente pregunté por temerario, en mas de un foro a ext4 ya comienzan a verlo como si fiera el sistema-de-archivos/pieza-de-museo que aun usa windows”


    Como dice Jan ext4 suele ser lo normal en la mayoría de distribuciones para entornos de escritorio, aunque ya hay distribuciones como opensuse, fedora, kaos etc que apuestan por otros sistemas de archivos por defecto como btrfs o xfs.


    Por ejemplo, yo en las particiones de sistema (volúmenes lógicos en mi caso ya que uso luks+lvm) /boot, /, /home suelo utilizar ext4. Sin embargo, tengo otra máquina en casa que ejerce de "servidor casero" en que tengo un volume lógico de casi 3 TB para almacenamiento de datos masivos (descargas, películas, etc) en el que uso XFS que suele ser óptimo trabajando con ficheros muy grandes y que de momento, tanto en este volumen como en un par de discos externos que utilizo para backup no me ha dado ningún problema, aunque si hablas con luisgf@mipump.es no estará muy de acuerdo ya que parece que ha tenido alguna que otra "mala experiencia" con XFS en cuanto a fallos en la integradidad de los datos (creo que con ext4 también), siendo un defensor de ZFS y/o Btrfs. :)

    eomer at 2015-01-19T14:02:05Z

  • Funny wedding invitations

    2015-01-15T21:22:18Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    If you're getting married, you should send invitations like these! xD


    http://www.pleated-jeans.com/2015/01/15/20-funny-and-clever-save-the-dates/


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  • Happy Gnu Year!!

    2014-12-31T23:21:18Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    Happy 2015, pumpipeople!!


    \o/

    Jakukyo Friel , Sarah Elkins , Dennis Andrew Gutowski Jr , tius and 17 others like this.

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    Happy GNU year for the people who likes free software and freedom, and also, for the others... :P

    talo at 2014-12-31T23:23:46Z

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    Happy and free 2015 (and so on...)

    EVAnaRkISTO at 2014-12-31T23:40:49Z

    Happy Ñu year
    ( por aca faltan 6 horas .. pero da igual)

    Fabián Gómez at 2014-12-31T23:56:56Z

  • Christmas Special!

    2014-12-26T01:14:23Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    I almost forgot about the Christmas special of Doctor Who! =)

    Matthew Gregg , jpope like this.