I was pleasantly surprised to find a Bollywood Music channel ranked 60th in the Shoutcast charts. There were 384 listeners when I last saw the page.
I love the moment when you help somebody learn something and they have that sparkle in their eye when they realized they understood it. Here’s one of those virtual sparkles: Oct 27, 2005: Decided to abandon “Dive into Python” for the time being, it is REALLY frustrating for me to hanging at chapter 5 withoutContinue reading “Watching a person learn a skill”
KDE India has been launched. The Dot has the story.
![Thumbnail] ![Thumbnail] ![Thumbnail] ![Thumbnail] ![Thumbnail] ![Thumbnail] ![Thumbnail] ![Thumbnail] ![Thumbnail] ![Thumbnail] ![Thumbnail] ![Thumbnail] ![Thumbnail] From riding on the roof of the jeep, to walking 10 km, to diving in freezin’ cold water, to feasting our eyes to lush green hills, to loads of laughter, we did it all.
Criccer … I don’t know what else to call it. This was a game that is a cross between cricket and soccer, being played in the stadium/grounds near my home. The bowler throws the football and the batsman bats by kicking the football, and then runs. All the other rules are those of cricket, suchContinue reading “Criccer”
Watch the Linux Can! video (I took yesterday night) now! I just can’t get that tune out of my head … Update : The video is now available on Google Video.
Yesterday was such a long and awesome day. The day started with me missing Taj’s talk on Entropy and I’m still kicking myself for that one. I attended Gora’s talk on IndLinux efforts and I got to know about the various efforts in localization and translations going on. ![Thumbnail] Then, Alan Cox spoke on ModernContinue reading “foss.in day 4”
Today, the keynote address was by Andrew Cowie on Inside|Outside, and it was a brilliant talk. Cowie is a very animated and fun person. The talk was about how people are on the inside or outside of the community and what it takes to cross over. He gave various examples, including himself on how heContinue reading “foss.in day 3”
A patch I had submitted to Django for the SQLite3 backend, 3 months ago, finally made it through (suitably modified by Adrian). It was a nice surprise to see my name in the list of contributors :-)