"It's not often that I can go to a friend or community gathering
and get the chance to talk open source with new people. Some of
them work in tech or related industries and know at least what
Linux or open source is, vaguely. But last weekend, while attending
a baby shower, it went beyond the usual, flimsy open source
familiarity. I met a man who actually uses Linux. Amid talk of baby
sign language, gifts of tiny clothing and footwear, we were talking
Linux. Yep. I finally ran into someone who can truly understand why
it can be so limiting to work in Windows without multiple
workspaces. He was a Kubuntu user, and while he had forced is wife
to run some Linux in the past (a couple years before it was as easy
as it is today by the look on her face), she was on Windows and it
was working, 'for now...'"
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