Published on Sun 30 of Jul, 2006

Since I'm not used to write by hand any more, I didn't have enough time to write everything I wanted. And the questions I answered, well.. they were tricky and I'm not sure to have gotten all right - actually I even know of some stuff, where I missed it, because I read the assignment incorrectly. :-/

Well, we will see... there is hope though.

Published on Wed 26 of Jul, 2006

... at least after reading for my IT-legislation test on thursday. Only that now I know, where to find it in the german law. Doesn't help me either really... since in the test only matters to have a certain scheme for solving the cases. Need to learn by heart a lot tomorrow (today actually, it's late again). But anyways..

.. I found an interesting definition, which translates somehow freely:

Open Source
Concessing distribution-, copying- and modifying-rights in the sense of a simple usage-right on one condition by addressing the communalty.

.. let me just juxtapost this with the Free Software Foundations definition (/me cheats from his card):

Free Software
Your software shall grant you these freedoms:
# to run for any purpose
# to study and adapt to your needs
# to redistribute, so you can help others
# to release improvements, so everyone benefits

.. yes, the last one is important.

Published on Tue 25 of Jul, 2006

Woohoo, with the previous post I trackbacked pixelsebi's blog. The trackback in his blog doesn't look too nice (it has just "blog" as title of the trackback), but man, it works! I trackbacked inside this Tiki-blog before, but never managed to do test-trackbacks to other blogs(Tiki blog code sucks ;) ).

Awesome! :)

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Born, went to school, started hacking on free software, did some major high availability sysadmin work in between, now back to my original passion: managing knowledge. :) -- Long CV

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