Today, this humble blog is celebrating its 11th anniversary.
That also means that I have been using Linux for more than eleven years!
All this time in company of Tux has taught me many lessons. These are eleven of of them:
1- One can survive quite a long time on Linux without being a CLI expert.
2- With Linux, there is always more than a way to do the job. If you don't find it, you just need to keep searching.
3- With great power comes great responsibility!
4- Communities vary. So their ways.
5- Security is at the user's hands. You cannot resign that responsibility.
6- There are lots of ways to contribute with your favorite distro / free software project. All of us can contribute in some way.
7- Linux gets better and better each year.
8- Distros come and go. However, their contributions stay.
9- Experimentation with one's system teaches a lot.
10- Some people simply won't understand the value of free software even if they are using it on a daily basis.
11- Using a computer can truly become a pleasant experience. You do not have to pay lots of money for that.
Those are eleven of the many lessons the friendly penguin has taught me.
Happy anniversary, Linuxmigrante!!