Arch Linux Was Invented In Canada

By | October 18, 2009

Arch Linux was invented in Canada by a guy called Judd. I want everyone to remember that. Why? Because if the great taco vs poutine war ever turns bloody, we must remember our roots.

Also, I’d like to announce a new Arch Linux community, the bringing Arch Linux home community, the community for Canadian Archers:

I dunno what we’ll discuss. If you need help, the official forums are the best place to get it, so my thinking is this is a forum for Canadian socializing (and plans of world domination, something most Canadians are not aware we should be trying to achieve). Huge communities like the Arch Linux community are great, I love it and am proud to be part of it. But smaller communities are also nice because you can get to know individuals better, and have more in common.

It’s not closed to non-Canadians, but if you don’t know how to properly use ‘eh’ in a sentence, can’t form a good snowball, think tacos are better than poutine, or believe hockey is a silly sport, you probably won’t fit in. 😉

3 thoughts on “Arch Linux Was Invented In Canada

  1. Dusty

    We decided you’d be welcome in our ranks, and that a little tacoeater flaming would liven the place up. Feel free to drop by.


  2. usedtire

    I’ve watched Strange Brew at least one hundred times. Does that qualify? Otherwise I don’t know what a poutine is and I only know hockey as team boxing with sticks and skates.


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