My single greatest accomplishment
By Chris Quenelle on Aug 16, 2006
My single greatest accomplishment in the public eye (according to Google Analytics) seems to be copying my coworkers email and splatting it onto my blog. Michael wrote up his experiences with installing dual boot on a laptop. That's not very flattering to my creative skills, but I'm happy to be useful. I even capitalized a few words today, and turned some labels into red font. I really feel like I'm helping here (not).
I suppose I shouldn't be surprised. I've always been of the firm opinion that correlating and indexing information is usually the best way to help a situation. The web has instructions for solving zillions of interesting problems, but google doesn't always find the solution you're looking for. Good indexes, and reposting links can help the search engines do a better job.
Oh yeah. Go to Linux World! Stop by the Sun Studio booth and say I sent you. I think there's one day left. Then go to the Free Standards Group booth and say: "DWARF rules!" (And shake your fist in the air as you say it). Assuming they don't ask you to leave the conference, maybe the reputation of DWARF within FSG will go up a tiny notch. (grin).