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Hello and thank you!

Messaggioda Tom_Haberkern » mer feb 08, 2012 18:46

Dear Friends,

Thank you to everyone at Slacky.eu for all of your had work. I have found your repositories very helpful.

Also I love Italy very much. I have not been to your country for a long time, and I want to go back and see my favourite places, and also my friends naturally.

All my best wishes to all of you. Below is a photograph of a place I like very much (but I don't have any single favourite place, because there are so many wonderful places in Italy).

Thomas

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Re: Hello and thank you!

Messaggioda Vito » mer feb 08, 2012 19:32

Hi Thomas!

thanks a lot for your message!
If you'll have problems with Slackware ,don't be afraid to open a new thread!


Offtopic: that is a photo of San Gimignano,isn't it?
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Re: Hello and thank you!

Messaggioda Savius » mer feb 08, 2012 20:41

You are welcome Thomas! ^^
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Re: Hello and thank you!

Messaggioda Tom_Haberkern » mer feb 08, 2012 21:01

Dear Vito,

Yes, that's San Gimignano. I was only there twice, but it is amazing. When I was younger, I did some traveling in Italy. I took some photos of San Gimignano, but I never scanned them. So I used one from the Internet. I like my country (I live in St. Louis, Missouri, USA), and my family and friends are mostly here, but I would like to live in Italy some day.

Also, thanks for saying "don't be afraid to open a new thread!" I've been using GNU/Linux since 1999, but only started with Slackware a few years ago. At first I was afraid of it, but I found some helpful people and now I love it. At the moment I have Vector Linux 7.0 (based on Slackware 13.37) and Slackware 13.37 on my home machine.

All my best wishes,
Tom
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Re: Hello and thank you!

Messaggioda -sf » mer feb 08, 2012 21:14

Tom_Haberkern ha scritto:...
but I would like to live in Italy some day.
...

It's not a good idea..! :lol: :p



However.. welcome! :)
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Re: Hello and thank you!

Messaggioda teox99 » mer feb 08, 2012 22:10

hi Tom!
where are you from?
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Re: Hello and thank you!

Messaggioda Tom_Haberkern » gio feb 09, 2012 3:24

Hi Teox99!

I'm from St. Louis (Missouri, right in the middle of the US). I'll put a map in at the bottom.

-sf joked (I think it was a joke) that it's not a good idea to live in Italy. I haven't been there for some years, but I'll tell a little story about one trip I took. I have a friend named Gianni who is from Avezzano (Abruzzo). His parents are both teachers. I stayed at their house for about ten days once. That was one of the best times of my life. His mother and grandmother made fettucine the Saturday I was there. That was an excellent meal. Afterward we went for an afternoon walk and the went back to their house. I played chess with Gianni's father that night (I lost). We talked about languages. Anyway, Gianni has been here to the U.S. a few times since then, and we also email and talk over Skype. I would like to go back for a year or two. I would need to find work, but if I had some sort of job I would definitely go.

I miss the bread in Italy. I think it's the best bread in the world. I also miss talking to people who know something about Classical Antiquity (Greece & Rome). People here in the US usually don't even know their own history, much less the rest of the world.

Thanks everyone. By the way, I use both Avidemux-QT and DeVeDe from Slacky (and a lot of other things). Some of the time I install from source, but usually only when there isn't a compatible Slackware package. The ones from here always work well for me. I use XFCE (mostly), and the GTK/GNOME package I get from your repositories always work well for me.

Tom

Here's the map:

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