your photos wanted!

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tuxchick

May 26, 2011
6:34 PM EST
hey all,

I am speaking at Linuxcon 2011 in gorgeous Vancouver, BC, aug 17-19. I need photos of Linux users from all walks of life: kids, old people, people of color, coders, casual users, artists, documenters, community managers, any and all Linux users! I am going to make slides with 6-8 photos per slide, no captions. My talk is "Who is the face of Linux?" Please send me your photos at carla@tuxcomputing.com, or give me a link where I can snag them off a Web site.

thanks!
tracyanne

May 26, 2011
6:38 PM EST
You can have mine from the LXer website, if that's not big enough I'll send you another, and one of my partner, I'll also ask some of my clients if they are willing to contribute photos.
tuxchick

May 26, 2011
6:44 PM EST
Thanks TA, the more the better! I'll let you know if I need a bigger pic.
skelband

May 26, 2011
8:06 PM EST
Coming to our neck of the woods eh?

I'll try and get down to see you and say hello.
Scott_Ruecker

May 26, 2011
11:52 PM EST
you sure you want a picture of me? I'm not exactly Brad Pitt..;-)

tuxchick

May 27, 2011
12:08 AM EST
Quoting:you sure you want a picture of me? I'm not exactly Brad Pitt..;-)


Good. Brad Pitt looks like Curious George. A pic of you would be very nice, plz!
jimbauwens

May 27, 2011
6:05 AM EST
Here is a pic of me: http://bwns.be/jim/me2.png . Its already a couple of months old, but I guess its fine for this project. Also note that my brother and sister behind me also use Linux :)

Here is a picture from one of my other sister that uses Linux : http://bwns.be/jim/sister.jpg

Have fun with them :p
helios

May 27, 2011
7:54 AM EST
I have a few of our kids at some of the labs we've built...let me see if they are on this drive...
flufferbeer

May 27, 2011
11:34 AM EST
@tc, "your photos wanted!" reminds me much too keenly that marketing companies and ID thieves REALLY REALLY want as much of our and our families'+friends' identifying info as possible for their purposes.

More like "your IDs wanted!"......and passed along to goodness-know-who during that innocent Summer conference in Vancouver.

We PASS on your offer!

-fb

helios

May 27, 2011
6:53 PM EST
I am going to make slides with 6-8 photos per slide, no captions.

I hardly think a photo collage shown for a minute or two each at a Linux Convention is going to invade anyone's privacy...

I'm just sayin'.

Check ur email gurlfriend...zip file attached.
jdixon

May 28, 2011
2:38 PM EST
Always remember, TC, you asked for it. You have mail.
Sander_Marechal

May 31, 2011
6:58 AM EST
Here's my ugly mug on Gravatar: http://en.gravatar.com/userimage/942031/a05ef30335a16a51d2cd...
techiem2

Jun 12, 2011
7:30 AM EST
Headshot from 2009: http://www.techiem2.net/files/markii.png

Me all dudded up for Bro's wedding in 2008 if you want something fancier: http://gallery.techiem2.net/v/techiem2/photos/2008-06-07--Ma...

I don't think I have anything more recent...but I look the same. :P
tuxchick

Jun 12, 2011
8:16 PM EST
Thanks techiem2! You clean up perty :)
techiem2

Jun 21, 2011
12:49 PM EST
Haha. Thanks.
Bob_Robertson

Jun 25, 2011
5:32 PM EST
Not sure I have any pictures worth having, but I'll mail you one if I can find it.

Good project. Hope you post the slides or YouTube (as long as it's not a Power Point presentation) when you're done.
tuxchick

Jun 25, 2011
11:59 PM EST
Thanks, and yes I will post my slides somewheres.
Bob_Robertson

Jun 26, 2011
4:22 PM EST
Funny story I heard about Sun Microsystems back in the mid-to-late 90s.

They were using truly horrendous quantities of disk space at Sun, when disk space was expensive, and they couldn't figure out why. So they did an audit.

...power point presentations.
devnet

Jun 27, 2011
9:23 AM EST
There's some photos you're welcome to of the PCLinuxOS development team from 2007 here: http://www.myspace.com/pclinuxos

click on pics, then go to 'ripper gang' and you can have any of those photos. Mine's in there :D
dinotrac

Jan 11, 2012
9:27 AM EST
@tc --

My pictures are all over the internet, but do to a clerical error they keep being mislabeled as "George Clooney".

Don't know who this Clooney guy is, but I hope he appreciates all the good will from being associated with my gorgeous mug.
helios

Jan 11, 2012
11:06 AM EST
Yeah I heard Ferris was having similar problems but the name that kept popping up for him was RuPaul.
vainrveenr

Jan 11, 2012
11:35 AM EST
Quoting:the name that kept popping up for him was RuPaul.
Although unlikely to be confused with Ron Paul.

Ron Paul as in
Quoting:A letter signed by Reps. Zoe Lofgren and Anna Eshoo, both California Democrats, and Rep. Ron Paul, the Republican presidential candidate from Texas, predicts that SOPA will invite "an explosion of innovation-killing lawsuits and litigation." Law professors have also raised concerns. And yes, there is a protest song.
(Source of quote is 'How SOPA would affect you: FAQ', found at http://news.cnet.com/8301-31921_3-57329001-281/how-sopa-would-affect-you-faq/)



number6x

Jan 11, 2012
1:45 PM EST
Ron Paul / RuPaul 2012!

The political ticket that covers the whole spectrum
dinotrac

Jan 11, 2012
5:56 PM EST
I can see it now:

Paul, the power of 2
cr

Jan 11, 2012
8:50 PM EST
That was appauling.
gus3

Jan 11, 2012
10:30 PM EST
No, a vitamin C deficiency is aPauling.
dinotrac

Jan 11, 2012
10:46 PM EST
@gus3 ---

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HISSSSSSSSSSS!

Might as well Linus up and shoot us.
gus3

Jan 11, 2012
10:48 PM EST
@dino, check your fortunes database.
TxtEdMacs

Jan 12, 2012
8:16 AM EST
Agust Gus ...,

I was going to post that this thread might disturb Linus*, but I assumed it would shoot over too many heads.

You are a brother, I now presume separated by cruel fate at birth or before or after - depending on the script of the drama. And dino is one of us[! | ?]

YBT

* Throwing in a nod to the Pauling Point as vitamin C as his firm belief it was the answer to so many problems was too obvious.
cr

Jan 12, 2012
9:03 AM EST
C just does what it's sposedta, it's a vital component of operating system connective tissue
dinotrac

Jan 12, 2012
5:02 PM EST
Few people know that Pauling's lifelong fixation was the direct result of his love for Jimmy Cagney movies.



Nah, this ain't no gun, you dirty copper. It's a vitamin. See?

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