I am Richard W.M. Jones, a computer programmer. I have strong opinions on how we write software, about Reason and the scientific method. Consequently I am an atheist [To nutcases: Please stop emailing me about this, I'm not interested in your views on it] By day I work for Red Hat on all things to do with virtualization. I am a "citizen of the world".
My motto is "often wrong". I don't mind being wrong (I'm often wrong), and I don't mind changing my mind.
This blog is not affiliated or endorsed by Red Hat and all views are entirely my own.
6 responses to “David Cameron does weird christian self-parody”
why is this on planet fedora? it has absolutely nothing to do with fedora, linux or computers and does not belong there.
Because everything here goes on Planet Fedora. What’s your point?
That is just not true. Planet Fedora is not a news site. It is a aggregation of blogs on topics of interest from the posters, whatever they might be.
This post not only has nothing to do with Fedora, GNOME, Linux, or computers, it is an honest advertisement for Ubuntu and Unity. Many of us were trying to give GNOME3 a chance. Thanks for making it so much easier.
You lost me at “advertisement for Ubuntu and Unity”….
Weird are both topic and discussion. I do not expect Fedora forum to be a legitimate place to express someone’s childish political opinion nor statement. There is no such thing as careless pure aggregation of blogs on topics of interest. Should we accept “whatever they might be” and the forum is interesting no more.