Tag Archives: canada

ArchCon 2010

With a bit of discussion and a quick one-click deploy of a wordpress CMS, ArchCon 2010 turned from a “maybe we should do this,” into a “Let’s do it and see what happens.” That’s right, folks, A few of us (and hopefully you’ll join us, we need more organizers!) are planning an Arch Linux Conference.… Read More »

Arch Linux Was Invented In Canada

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:… Read More »

Pirate Party of Canada

I have never considered myself a political activist. I rarely vote, believing that “low voter turnout” is a more telling statistic than “voted for one of several fools at random”. I’ve always been unimpressed by the Canadian democratic process. There seemed no alternative to leaving the handling of our nation in the hands of whichever… Read More »