“How can you call yourself Free if you still depend on Privative Software?”.
September 15 marks the Mexican Independence Day, which started 201 years ago with a priest shouting at a church, calling us to arms and rebel against the kings and monarchs that ruled us.
I’m not trying to emulate the priest in any way, that’s a wild thought best left for a fanfic of some sorts, but with the current situation we live in my country, I really don’t feel as attached to this place as I used to be.
I don’t remember what day I first tried out Linux (Debian, Mandrake and Knoppix back then), or when I finally decided to get rid of the Windows Vista Beta partition and stick with Fedora Core 6 (That sounds like a loooooooooong time ago), but why not celebrate my independence from Bill Gates the same day most Mexicans celebrate their independence?
That’d give me something to celebrate.