I wanted to challenge everyone in the Arch Linux Women community to join
me next week in the #HappinessPacketChallenge!
Happiness Packets are like thank-you cards for open source users or
contributors. You can send a packet to anyone for anything. Your message
can be as short or as long as you like. You can put your name on your
message or you can keep it totally anonymous.
So, what is the #HappinessPacketChallenge? I challenge you to do the
following: write at least one Happiness Packet (or more!) every day for
one week. At a minimum, this is only seven times where you say “thank
you” to someone else in open source. Of course, you can send more if you
You can find more details in the blog post linked above. I hope everyone
will help spread some positivity through the open source community next
Justin W. Flory
Today I'm announcing pragmatique, a new project.
Its primary focus is to open up the efforts I've been working on for
some time to other people, to provide space as a community, and to work
on more than just software.
Our main project is pragmaOS, an on-going project to build a live-system
for applications around GNUnet and further software solutions which make
use of GNUnet, based on GuixSD.
We are currently setting up our new development server, so there's no
immediate fancy environment to sign up at and start hacking.
Our software page shows an early road map without the targeted versions.
You can read more about our project at
https://pragmatique.xyz/ - be aware that this
is an early version of the web site.
Let me know what you think and join the fun!