Announcing my free book on Vim

Today is the first day of, and on this occasion, I'm happy to announce the first public release of my Creative-Commons licensed book on the Vim 7 editor. This book is meant for both beginners and advanced users. For beginners, it walks you through the first steps to learning about modes, discusses about typing … Continue reading Announcing my free book on Vim day 2

Today morning, the first session was a Linux Kernel roadmap by Jonathan Corbet. Although I've never been a kernel-level guy, the talk was interesting and he clearly explained how features have been added and improved over the various versions, and how the development process has improved and become more "professional." ![68649354][Thumbnail][] Then, it was my … Continue reading day 2


Continuing the nostalgia, here are pictures of the shirts that Yashwanth (it was his idea) and myself wore at LB/2003. The name is a bit worn off now. Those numbers you see below the name is the version numbers that we had at that time. 9.0 was Red Hat, 9.2 was Mandrake, 3.0r1 … Continue reading LinCDs