Getting on the grid.

A rather exciting post hit the fedora-advisory-board today. It’s about enabling a Fedora grid architecture, not dissimilar from grid.org or other community distributed computing efforts, but entirely run in typical Fedora fashion — meaning free as in beer and speech for everyone, end-to-end. Users of Fedora could design, create, and …

I thought I told you never to call me here.

Currently I’m working as a remote employee, until we get our real estate sorted out and move up to New England. It’s a very new experience for me, since I’ve always worked in an office ever since I graduated from college/university in 1991. Working as a remote employee, though, has …