Last week, I was honored by the team at the new Italian FOSS blog Magliettabianca with an interview — a two-part interview, no less! — of my blogging personas, Larry the CrunchBang Guy and Larry the Free Software Guy.
The first part of the two-part interview has to do with CrunchBang and why I use it. Part one was posted last week and hopefully the second part will be posted this week. There’s no secret why I use it — CrunchBang is a fantastic distro and it works for me — and it also talks about how I came to CrunchBang after liking it so much after I reviewed it.
OK, let’s say you can’t read Italian. No worries: Here’s the original interview in English which was translated into Italian by Edoardo Maria Elidoro (the questions are also Edoardo’s). Yes, I meant “wide range,” not “ride range,” and to Edoardo’s credit, he caught that mistake and fixed it in the Italian version.
I’d like to take a moment to say “grazie mille a tutti” to Edoardo and to the entire Magliettabianca team: Marco “Milozzy” Milone (who some of you may know from the CrunchBang forums), Alessio “Alfierenero” Perona, Davide Cipolla, Diego Pi, Elisa Peroni, Enrico “Magliettabianca” Bastelli, Fanfurlio Farolfi, Federico Di Pierro, Gaetano Di Bari, Mario Calabrese, Massimiliano Donini, and Stefano Bergamini.
Larry Cafiero is one of the founders of the Lindependence Project and has just started developing software at Redwood Digital Research (RDR), a consultancy that provides FOSS solutions in the small business and home office environment. RDR is based in Felton, California, USA.