These are some pictures I took while exploring Dornbirn with my roommate, Svaťa earlier this week. The river is frozen and there’s lots of snow everywhere. Click the thumbnails to see bigger pictures and descriptions.
So, what’s going to be different about your blog this year?
—The Daily Post
This year I’m going to write something on this blog at least once a week! Last year I wrote a mere 13 posts, an average of just over one a month. During that time a lot of my effort was also focused on moving my blog over from Blogger and on various projects. This year I want to write more, so I’ve put the Post A Week 2012 badge on my site to remind myself and other people. If you’d like to participate too, go get yourself a badge from The Daily Post, let’s see if we can do this!
I originally posted this as a Note in the Linux Namibia Facebook group when I still had a Facebook account but I’ve decided to cross-post it here because not everyone uses Facebook and because I still see people having trouble with this. After a few lessons in XML in my Internet Technology course, I contacted local networks and with the cooperation of network staff, I was able to add a little code so that the recent (10 August 2011) update to the mobile-broadband-provider-info package in Ubuntu adds support for Namibian providers MTC, Leo and Telecom. Namibians often seem to have trouble using their cellphones or dongles to get connected on Linux, and the network staff, being unfamiliar with Linux, usually aren’t much help either. This should solve that. Continue reading →