Debian Japan

Last April I was in Japan visiting my sister.

I had the opportunity to meet, hack and dine with some Debian developers in Tokyo.

From left to right:

Yasuhiro Araki, Masayuki Hatta, Yutaka Niibe,  Takatsugu Nokubi, Kai Hendry, Fumitoshi Ukai

I had a brilliant time in Japan. The culture shock was almost as big as it was in Pakistan. Many thanks to Takatsugu Nokubi.

There is an amazing view of Tokyo from that office:

View of Tokyo from the north

I highly recommend a future Debconf in Japan.

And to my Finnish colleagues, Good luck in Hel -sinki! I wish I could be there. I am stuck on the other side of the earth in Melbourne.


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