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Random bits from a FLOSS geek

What does “DD” mean?

with 10 comments

Dungeons & Dragons? No time to play right now… no!
Dolby Digital? My PC doesn’t support it… no!
Due Diligence? We already did them multiple times last year… no!
Donald Duck? I like comics, but… no
Debian Developer? YAY!

I think I owe many people a beer:

  • Cédric Delfosse, who originally advocated me
  • Bernd Zeimetz, who assigned me an AM and reviewed my application
  • Martin Meredith, my brave AM
  • Christoph Berg, who approved my application
  • Jonathan McDowell, who added my key to the Debian keyring
  • Peter Palfrader, who created my account

Thank to the several Debian Developers who assisted me so far.
A special thank goes to Piotr Ożarowski for bearing with me 🙂

And now… stop celebrating, there’s a lot of work to do!


Written by Luca Falavigna

25/08/2009 at 20:35

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  1. dd.. That’s a disk utility isn’t it?


    25/08/2009 at 21:59

  2. Congrats!


    25/08/2009 at 22:20

  3. Congratulations!


    25/08/2009 at 23:08

  4. Doctor of Divinity – an honorary degree.


    25/08/2009 at 23:13

  5. […] the way I’m not the only one celebrating. Luca has also become a DD, […]

  6. Congrats mate!


    26/08/2009 at 08:21

  7. Hey, congratulations Luca ! I’m really glad that you finally did it, very nice news in the morning 🙂


    26/08/2009 at 08:25

  8. Pfft… all the other bits were easy. I had to do all the hard work.

    Though to be fair, in your case, it was actually easy work. I just had to read your emails and go “ok” 😛

    Congratulations (again)


    26/08/2009 at 08:44

  9. Congratulation Dude!

    Paolo Sammicheli

    26/08/2009 at 11:20

  10. i required that, an additional wonderful read. thx, you’ve got made my day:)

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