Sorcerer GNU/Linux is growing. The innovative idea of using only source-code to install a Linux distribution has caught on; the recent reviews and Slashdotting didn't hurt either. Kyle Sallee, the original author of the sorcery package management system and founder of SGL, is being overworked. Bizaare people have joined the mailinglists and development teams.
I fear the center cannot hold.
I really like the distribution, and I feel Kyle should be rewarded for his coding, originality, and endless ability to put up with goofball questions on the 'lists. I also think my involvement in SGL is about to wane
My other Free Software projects are suffering, and I'm not getting any further understanding the Savannah mutant of the SourceForge web development system. So I'll be working toward freeing my time from SGL development to focus on other projects.
braden has an Advogato page, and he's started using it! Cool! I wonder how much time he's got to put towards Semblance? I wonder how these tags work? I wonder when I'll get thru with this bloody C5 upgrade and be allowed to do some original work again?
I'll jabber more later--