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I got the flu, no new software or posts while I get better
I caught a bad case of it, I have been slowly deteriorating during the week and not accepting it, and I was finally felled on thursday evening.
If you wondered, why no new calibre packages, why no talk about the upcoming libreoffice or KDE, well that is why. I am unable to work on computers right now.
See you soon. Eric
Yeah, I left him a get well comment on his blog. Never had 'flu myself, but I know some who have. Not a pleasant experience. I hope Caitlyn Martin doesn't think Slackware is doomed because Alien Bob is ill.
Sorry to hear that Alien Bob, hope you get better soon.
I did get the flu only once, in New York City. It was pretty bad, it was hard to move around, I felt really sick. I ate a lot of oranges and garlic soup (not sure they helped), and I got better in about a week.