1. Oh-oh, time to sleep!

    A crocheted wristwatch!! Altough it shows 5 o'clock, my daughter still insists it's currently 7 and time to go sleeping - so who am I to argue

    This is just a spiral flat disk, starting with a magic circle with 6 stitches.

    Last round ist 24 stitches, i just added another round of 24 stitches in green on top.

    watch

  2. DUCK challenge: Final week

    Fri 21 August 2015

    Well, here are the stats for the final week of the DUCK challenge as well as DebConf15:

    So we had 21 packages fixed and uploaded by 14 different uploaders. People were really working hard on this during DebConf. A big "Thank You" to you!!

    Since the start of this challenge, a total of 89 packages, were fixed.

    Here is a quick overview:

    Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7
    # Packages 10 15 10 14 10 9 21
    Total 10 25 35 49 59 68 89

    Thank you all for participating - either on purpose or "accidentially": Some people were really surprised as i sneaked up on them at DebConf15, confronting them with a green lighter! I just tried to put even more fun into Debian, i hope this worked out

    Pevious articles are here: Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4, Week 5,Week 6.

  3. DUCK challenge: week 6

    Sat 15 August 2015

    Well, here are the stats for week 6 of the DUCK challenge:

    So we had 9 packages fixed and uploaded by 7 different uploaders. A big "Thank You" to you!!

    Since the start of this challenge, a total of 68 packages, were fixed.

    Here is a quick overview:

    Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7
    # Packages 10 15 10 14 10 9 -
    Total 10 25 35 49 59 68 -

    The list of the fixed and updated packages is availabe here. I will try to update this ~daily. If I missed one of your uploads, please drop me a line.

    So, assuming that the current rate of packages fixed will be somewhat stable and there will be no additional regessions, the number of packages with issues should be down to 0 in about 209 weeks (~ 4 years ) 😏

    I just arrived at DebConf15 in Heidelberg, and will try to find all of you who fixed & uploaded packages. If you are one of the guys and see me lingering around, please talk to me and get your lighter!

    The DUCK Challenge will run until the end of DebConf15, but as there might be some delay by my scripts detecting your upload, please contact my directly.

    Pevious articles are here: Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4, Week 5.

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