venam
(This is part of the podcast discussion extension)

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The past two years during the month of June we organized fun events.

June is the time of the year where we have the most "noise" on the forums, everyone gets active.

Last year we enjoyed the following:
This year too we've (stark and I) organized June as a fun month filled with activities that you can partake in.

We all know time is a scarce resource and so we've broken down the different activities types over different intervals. There is everything for everyone, from the Brainiac to the Picasso.

After achieving or participating in one of the events you can proudly bump this thread and feel proud of your achievements.

And as an extra bonus and incentive anyone who participates in at least one event will have the choice of changing their nickname color.

Here's the distribution of activities during the month:
Cheers and enjoy the events!
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If you want to contribute check this thread.
jkl
May I suggest the programming thing as an all-year activity?
mrtn
Looking forward for the programming week and the week in the tty (wittty!)
xero
everyone's favorite: "week in the tty!"

i wonder if i can make it more than 2 days this year XD
z3bra
This hunt is already killing me :P
Thanks for putting up everything
acg
(30-05-2017, 12:49 PM)jkl Wrote: May I suggest the programming thing as an all-year activity?
+1. Encourage contribution to community projects whole year.

(31-05-2017, 01:56 PM)xero Wrote: i wonder if i can make it more than 2 days this year XD

This is what will probably happen with me working on my finals.
mrtn
How does it work with the week in the terminal? Is the challegen 'just' to stay a week on the command line, or are there other difficulties/challenges involved?
xero
it's a week in the tty not just a terminal emulator. the only rule is that you do not start xorg. for most people, you'll have to define new workflows for things like surfing the web, watching videos, playing games, etc.
jkl
(01-06-2017, 04:48 PM)xero Wrote: for most people, you'll have to define new workflows for things like surfing the web, watching videos, playing games, etc.

$ emacs

(I won, right?)
mrtn
work doesn't count, aye?




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