Evan Martin (evan) wrote in evan_tech,
Evan Martin

ubuntu traffic

I discovered Ubuntu Traffic -- like Kernel Traffic but for Ubuntu. These sorts of resources are vital for people like me (who don't have much time) to be involved in a community like this. It looks like Benjamin Mako Hill runs it, too, and that makes me even more hopeful for Ubuntu: he gave me a ride to a Linux conference once and he seemed like a top-notch fellow.

Update: while on the topic of Mako, I just discovered a new website of his that I think brad will like: http://cardexchange.org/ .

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