October 5th, 2009

Looking for a Dream job

As you may have noticed, I have lost my pavel@suse.cz address some
time ago. I had nearly a dream job at suse: working on mainline, on
stuff that makes sense (mobile devices) during the nights, and riding
horses during the days.

Then I took long holidays, hacking Zaurus and Dream handhelds, and
taking some freedom out of free horses.

And now... I'm looking for a Dream job. Hacking kernel mainline kernel
from home would probably fit the bill, with bonus points if that is
some interesting hardware ... like HTC Dream :-).

(And yes, it also means that if you have a short term kernel/Linux
work you need done, you may want to contact me. My email address is in the MAINTAINERS file.)

Horse safety

There are simple "gun safety" rules, repeated in small variations just about everywhere (from wikipedia):

1. All guns are always loaded.
2. Never let the muzzle cover anything you are not willing to destroy.
3. Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target.
4. Be sure of your target and what is beyond it.
—Jeff Cooper

Now... I'm looking for similar set of rules for horse safety, but it seems there is none. Of course some lists do exist, but they are long -- too long to remember or even to repeat to someone before riding lesson... plus I don't really accept all the "rules". (According to those, night canter without bridle is a no-no...). Is there short set of "rules" somewhere?