User talk:Pfctdayelise

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Hi Pfctdayelise,

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I'm glad you succumbed!

I was thinking - I've met you in Taiwan and Egypt, but never in Australia. But in late 2009 before or after ConFest, or whenever I get back I to get to Australia, I will definitely get to Melbourne. (I know Sydneysiders don't usually say this, but I love Melbourne.)

Looking at your user page:

  • Re menstrual cups - have you seen Wikipedia:Papyrus sanitary pad? (Not the oddest article I've started.) I'll probably import it here with a bunch of other stuff, to work on from a different angle.
  • Xubuntu: you can [install LXDE with Ubuntu] - it is really nice code (and I believe in lean code), and the way it sits comfortably with existing distros is impressive. I'd strongly suggest trying it out - I'm now in touch with the LXDE team, and they are connected in with ICT4D efforts, and efforts to get manufacturers installing Linux.
  • Cycling - would love to do that, and will when I'm in a country with sane roads. I want to see analyses of the net impact of cycling from economic and quality of life perspectives, individually and on a societal level. Need to get economic people enthused about Appropedia.
  • Bokashi bins sound awesome! I dented that page. --Chriswaterguy 03:10, 8 December 2008 (UTC)