Wow, I must have really touched on something in my last post (Observations at a Python workshop), it's received over 20k unique visitors in the last twenty four hours, which is a lot from a blog which until yesterday, didn't exist.
For those people who don't know me, I thought I'd give some introductions.
My name is Serge Wroclawski, I'm a long standing member of the Free Software community. I spent 12 years of my life as a Unix system administrator, mostly working for academic government institutions such as NIH and NASA.
I've quit my job to work on my passion, which is to help the various communities involved in software, culture, education- basically to make works available to anyone and everyone who wants it, without restrictions.
To that end, I'm in the process of founding a new non-profit dedicated to Free Culture and making it easier for artists to add their work into Free Culture. If anyone would be interested in helping in this effort, please feel free to contact me.
I'm also moving to New York City later this summer and would love to meet some new people there, especially those in either the arts or technical community, so if you're in/around NYC drop me a line!
Thanks again everyone for reading/subscribing. I hope to have lots of posts in the days to come; my personal goal is one not less than every two weeks.
And if anyone is curious, my old blog is still around for now, though I am not updating it, and it's full of comment spam.