Between writing my usual Larry the Free Software Guy blog and the holiday — not to mention doubling and tripling up at work thanks to colleagues on vacation — last week was pretty much a write-off regarding stuff I wanted to do, CrunchBang-wise
But it’s a new week. Christmas is over, and Boxing Day — yes, I’m probably the only American that observes it — consisted of putting the ZaReason Limbo 5440 back into the box to send back to ZaReason in Berkeley. For those of you keeping score at home, ZaReason asked me to review it for them, and I have nothing but good things to say about this machine. It’s a little on the high side, price-wise, but I think it’s worth every cent.
This week I plan to get back in the CrunchBang saddle and write more about this great distro, as well as outline some ideas I’d like to toss out to the CrunchBangers to make waves in 2012.
(Larry Cafiero is one of the founders of the Lindependence Project and has just started testing developing software in his new home office in the redwood covered hills of Felton, California, USA. Watch this space.)