It's been a while since the last serious post.
Today I got back from a really quick trip to Barcelona and
that puts end to a frenetic month of travelling.
I was in Madrid three weeks ago, in the HispaLinux
Congress, where I more than anything met tons of other
Debian people and some other people.
Then, last week I went to Madrid, to a big demonstration
against the new Law of Universities passed by the gang of
fascists in the Spanish government. There were like 300.000
people in the streets! We've been doing more protests in our
own cities and university campus.
Finally, yesterday I went to Barcelona, gave a talk on
Debian in the CSOA Les Naus, organized by the people from Kernel Panic
HackLab Barcelona. We had nice political discussions
about Debian's organization, etc. Finally, I came back home
today. Not bad for someone who isn't too used to
Since the last post, some things have happened. WMBiff is
up to 0.3.4, which is in testing now. GNU nano
1.0.6 was released too, and 1.0.7 should be out soonish. As
Debian's nano is frozen now, it's time to upload nano 1.1.3
to unstable now, so people break it and so on. Hey, CVS nano
has syntax highlighting now!
Next week will be a bit weird too, I plan sleeping the
whole week in the campus, so I'll have little access to the
net. I guess the government will have to backup that stupid
law in the end. At the moment Aznar and the Ministress of
Education just joke and mock about the protests as if they
weren't important, and it's the biggest student mobilization
since Franco. Fuck you Aznar, fuck you, Pilarín.