GNU/Linux and Free software
GNU/Linux, freedom, people
The best "feature" of Linux and other free software (free as in freedom, not price) are the people around it, the community. Excellent technical support, new friends, something whose value cannot be measured in dollars or euros. Here are reports of some events I've attended in the past.
Some of the links point to the Internet Archive, as the original site is not available any more.
- Debian Conference 5, Espoo, Finland 1-18.7.2005. (in English)
- Linux Demonstration Day 21.9.2002, Helsinki, Finland (in Finnish, English version also available)
- Hacking in Good Company: Libre Software Meeting 2001, Bordeaux, France 2-8.7.2001. (in English)
- Debian Conference 1, Bordeaux 2-5.7.2001. (in English)
- OSDEM - free spirit at the heart of Europe, Brussels, Belgium 2-3.2.2001. (in English)
- Libre Software Meeting, Bordeaux, France 5-9.7.2000. (in English)
- Linux Demo Day 19.2.2000, Helsinki, Finland. (in Finnish)
- Linux Demo Days 25-26.9.1999, Helsinki, Finland. (in Finnish)
- Otaniemi Installfest '99, Espoo, Finland (in Finnish)
- Ulvila Installfest '99, the first installfest in Finland. (in Finnish)
My contributions have been organizing events and other activities in user groups in order to make free software accessible to more people.
The few pieces of code listed below are not being updated any more and here mainly for historical interest.
- Thumbnail page generation tools
- Similar email search - an experimental extension adding content based message search function to an IMAP mail server.
Arto Teräs <firstname.lastname@example.org> — last update 2016-07-03.