In Poland and some hacking

Hey folks, as a new experience in my life I’ll be in Poland doing the Erasmus the whole year, so if anybody from there wants to have a beer, coffee or something please let me know. I’ll be mainly in Bielsko-biala but probably I’ll visit quite frecuently Krakow.

In relation to the hack I’ve been doing this week before arriving to Poland, just tell that gtranslator is now ported to GSettings and that gedit has now the new search dialog in master. So please test it and report bugs :)

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16 Responses to In Poland and some hacking

  1. Piotrek says:

    You’ve learned some words in Polish? (:

  2. Juanjo Marin says:

    Que bien te lo montas Nacho, seguro que te lo vas a pasar de escándalo :)

  3. DeeJay1 says:

    Welcome to Poland!
    It’s a bit sad, that I’m on the other end of the country but if you happen to visit Poznan, you’re in for some free beer ;)

  4. Piotr Drąg says:

    I hope you will like it there! Don’t forget to blog about your impressions and experiences. :)

  5. Hey.

    I’m in Warsaw, if you ever need some help here feel free to call or mail me (see link to homepage for details).

    I wonder what you think about Poland. Do you like it here?

    • nacho says:

      Cool, if I visit Warsaw I’ll poke you to have a beer or something. Well for now I’ve been just 2 days in krakow and for the moment is quite amazing. So yes I like it :)

  6. Euro Zone fan says:

    Kraków is so much better, you should go there often ;)
    Btw. Erasmus students in Poland do not have to learn a lot, so uou will have a lot of time for happy open source hacking… or drinking ;)

  7. Aloriel says:

    Dude! Congrats! Krakow is amazing!!!

    Let’s see if I can find a job in Prague and we could hang around together some day.

  8. Javier Jardón says:


  9. KDE fan says:

    beer = piwo ;)

  10. Piotrek says:

    @nacho – Piwo is correct. :)

  11. Aloriel says:

    Forget the piwa, ask for their great Żubrówka and Pan Tadeusz, never to be mixed.

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