A salute from México

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Well, From the Sonoran Desert to be precise hahaha

To be honest I am a bad person, I post an issue in here and almost an hour later I'm here introducing myself.

About myself, I bet you do not care but I have plenty of time. I'm 24yo, I used to use Linux when I was 16, because events I cannot control I moved back to Windows but now I am back with Linux. I have been using Manjaro on my daily basis since September, I tried Arch a few times but I just spend time ricing and procrastinating, I learn a lot about Linux while I attempt to install it, I think Arch installation is a must for anyone who wants to learn about Linux, anyways, then I do some healthy distro hopping but I returned to Manjaro, meanwhile I figure out how to install Solus with everything working.

Besides that, I'm trying to be a writer or sort of, at the moment I'm very happy with Manuskript, I'm missing a mobile app as the one yWriter has on iOS, I know I can still using it with Mono on Linux, but, I'm sorry, but if I am migrating to Linux I will without c*ckin', no wine, no nada.

Ehm, yeah, that is pretty much, I hope I learn more and be useful to this community in the future,
 


sp331yi

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"Learn Slack and you'll never go back," must be an adage for some reason!

I'll have to agree about gentoo, as well, but my brain doesn't work that way!

"There are different paths to the top of the mountain, " someone once said.
 

wizardfromoz

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Bienvenidos from Australia, @ARios Projekt , we hope you enjoy it here :)

Chris Turner
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wizardfromoz

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Code:
noun

    1Australian, New Zealand A boisterous, often badly behaved young man.
    ‘James was something of a larrikin’

    1.1Australian A person with apparent disregard for convention; a maverick.
    as modifier ‘the larrikin trade union leader’

Origin

Mid 19th century from English dialect, perhaps from the given name Larry (pet form of Lawrence) + -kin, or from a pronunciation of larking.
The latter probably refers to me.

Wiz ;)
 

70 Tango Charlie

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Australians are "weird"! LOL :D
@Vrai @wizardfromoz

Not only that, but they talk 'funny' too! I have a friend in Western Australia I video chat with quite often. He laughs when I tell him he talks funny. All in good fun.
Oh yeah, he kids me about my bald, funny shaped head!
OG
 

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