Well, It appears that I haven’t posted a blog post in a while so I’ll just post an update since I last posted :).
Well I left teenlug after a large argument with Ewan over tlcms a while back (and so resigned from my post as tlcms developer) and so I’m just costing along without any #teenlug or teenlug.com-ness! Anyway teenlug seems to be going down the pan a bit now and I think everyone can sense it; Zach recently posted on the teenlug.com blog on the “Current state of teenlug” and even though I don’t really want to get back into the community I don’t want to see it go under as it certainly helped me get into and stick with linux in the longrun and I think it’s important for the future that it stays open to help wayward teen linux users get on the right track with help and support.
I’ve come up with a bit of a rough idea about how I think that teenlug could cut out a lot of the arguments and hopefully stay running in the long run and I shall pitch it to them later today when some people are around. I think a teenlug constitution could rectify the situation by providing a code of conduct in the community and appropriate sanctions if that code is broken (amongst other things). I posted my notes on the issue to pastebin, here: http://pastebin.ca/823685.
On the upside of linux related things, Fred Phillips (fophillips) and I are lucky enough to get a regular fortnightly editorial on the
newly referbished Macteens website which is now under new managment. We will each be posting on alternate fortnights, hopefully beginning with Fred on Wednesday January 16th and me two weeks later on January 30th. I’ll be looking forward to writing for that and after Fred’s introduction of integrating Mac and Linux, I’ll hopefully be writing on Linux in the Mobile Cellular Market as a competitor to the Apple iPhone.
On another topic, does anyone know any websites dedicated to British cinema as I’m sick of Hollywood movies now and would like to know when British films are being released.