Re: what's your favourite FLOSS?
On Tue, 6 Nov 2007, Tshepang Lekhonkhobe wrote:
This looks like it might be fun. First of all, while I do know the
meaning of FLOSS I might choose to ignore that fact from time to time
N/A - I haven't really gotten into audio editing.
desktop OR window manager:
Xfce when a GUI environment is absolutely necessary, otherwise I prefer to
stick to text consoles.
Well, I work as an IBM mainframe operator, so I'm thankful for the
development of mainframes.
I'd love to be rich, but it doesn't look likely that it's going to happen.
My graphics design skills are practically non-existant, but I have used
gimp a few times.
yelling across the room
Well, I really liked algebra back in high school, but I hardly remember
any of it these days.
I never watch the news.
aptitude, although I'm closely following the development of IPS.
I try to avoid spreadsheets. I prefer databases.
Sharpies, they work wonders for nametags and such.
c3270, but I find actual terminals work better than emulators.
Firefox. And, if it's Firefox, get over it and call it Firefox.
anything unreleased and anticipated:
Indiana - well, the developer preview has been released. I am, however,
anxiously awaiting the final, ready for primetime, release.
anything deserving great honours (EG. GCC):
canasta, cribbage, backgammon
I try to avoid those.
Si hoc legere scis nimium eruditionis habes.
Longum iter est per praecepta, breve et efficax per exempla!!!