Happy Software Freedom Day. It is one of the days worth celebrating (atleast for believers of free software) and we did.
mbuf had taken it forward on the lists and we got flyers printed too. While attendees may have thought it would be some session types, we had surprise packed in.
No prizes for guessing what that could be! It was a special chocolate cake to be celebrated and I bet everyone loved it.
While that was surprise for others, I had my share too. Nikhil turned up for the celebrations; I hadn’t seen him since college and it was a pleasant surprise considering the fact that he was the first linux geek I met when I stepped in new to the Linux addiction.
mbuf gave a brief session on installation – concepts, and methods, FOSS – history, and communication tools. Manish gave a demo on Compiz and I showed some LiveCD stuff.
ubuntu 8.04 were distributed to attendees and we closed the celebrations with loads of tech discussions and cake stuffed in our mouth 🙂