Catching up with the backblog

As you will have noticed, FSFE had some issues with its previous blogging platform.

In theory, they should have been resolved much earlier, but as Yogi Berra correctly stated: “In theory, there is no difference between practice and theory. In practice, there is.” Personnel issues, high-priority overrides of the personal and professional kind, everything seemed determined to stop the migration. But now – thanks to the hard work of Cristian Rigamonti and Ivan Jelic, in particular – the new blogging platform of FSFE is finally online.

For me that means I no longer have any excuse not to resume blogging.

Having come back from FOSDEM 2009 last night, my task list is full to the point of despair, and there are plenty of things that I wanted to write about, but never did. So you can expect that I will work on the “backblog” for the next weeks, hopefully resulting in a higher frequency of various interesting items.

About Georg Greve

Georg Greve is a technologist and entrepreneur. Background as a software developer and physicist. Head of product development and Chairman at Vereign AG. Founding president of the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE). Previously president and CEO at Kolab Systems AG, a Swiss Open Source ISV. In 2009 Georg was awarded the Federal Cross of Merit on Ribbon by the Federal Republic of Germany for his contributions to Open Source and Open Standards.
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