I’m starting up a Ubuntu blog just as an experiment. Maybe it’ll continue. Maybe it’ll die. I don’t have a schedule for when I write. Call me irresponsible. Call me unreliable. Throw in undependable, too.
If you’re reading this, I’m glad you’re here. Welcome! At the same time, this is my blog, and if you start posting crap comments, I’ll delete them. Crap comments does not mean comments I disagree with (though I won’t rule those out either). There are no definite rules, but try to be polite to other people commenting, and if you must argue, do so civilly.
Last big disclaimer: I am currently (as of this writing at least) a volunteer staff member (moderator) at the Ubuntu Forums. As such, I’m going to try my best to not write anything that will make the Forum Council ashamed of having me on staff. At the same time, anything I write will be my own thoughts and opinions. My thoughts and opinions are completely separate from the official stances of the Ubuntu Forums, Canonical, and Ubuntu at large. I do not regularly converse with Mark Shuttleworth. Even though I admire the man, I am not a spokesperson for him or for Ubuntu.
If you can accept all that, read on…