It seems like The Thing To Do, create a new post on the first
day of the year to reflect on the past year and make resolutions
for the coming year.
The problem is, I suck at this sort of thing. My mind always
goes blank when trying to come up with events of significance to
me, and I loathe the idea of going public with resolutions because
I have a dismal track record for keeping them. I'll do my best
Significant events of 2005:
- My wife was diagnosed with breast cancer, underwent a
lumpectomy to remove the tumor, and has been undergoing
- I became an official Debian developer.
- I attended my first Debconf, (Debconf5), in Helsinki
- I attended LinuxWorld in San Fransisco
- Sarge was released.
- I moved to a different department at work, and received a new
title and job description, (unremarkable in light of the fact that
I'm doing the same thing I've always done)
Resolutions for 2006:
- For at least the last three years I have resolved to lose
weight, and for the last three years I have failed. It's time to
try something different so this year I resolve to reduce the effect
of Earth's gravity on my body.
- I resolve to be more interesting so that next year's obligatory
New Year's post is easier to write.
NP: Land of Confusion, Disturbed