On 8/25/05, Eamon Skelton <nospam at oceanfree.net> wrote:
> adam beecher wrote:
> > Nope. The Cork Linux scene is pretty quiet, but I certainly wouldn't have
> > any objections to it being livened up a bit.
>> Since Linux has becom a mainstream OS, the concept of
> installfests seems to have disappeared.
>> Installing Linux is as easy as installing Windows or MacOS.
> Perhaps we should have an OpenBSD or GNU Hurd installfest.
BSD & Hurd would certainly be interesting
and maybe, at a stretch, Plan 9
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