Hi Laylaa, everyone,
> Hi all
> I'm Laylaa, from Trinidad & Tobago.
Welcome to Debian Women! :) I am not aware of anyone else from Trinidad and
Tobago who is involved in Debian Women, but there may be some others who are
just being quiet. In any case, one of the things I love is the variety of
places people involved in this are from - really all over the world. It's great!
> I recently got reminded that Debian is the one true OS (for me) and
> that I have no right to not be running it, not even for pesky
> installation problems (so, I won't mention any others I currently have
You are welcome to ask questions about any problems you have on this mailing
list, on the relevant user mailing list - I suggest debian-user , or on the
#debian-women irc channel . We are a friendly bunch and there is no such
thing as a dumb question.
> I joined many many Debian lists a month ago but the volume of posts is
> rather intimidating and it took me this long to say hello (more
> "reminders" from helix).
Ahh, one can overkill on Debian lists quite easily. But I'm glad you said hello
Enjoy your Debian experience :)