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So, that's it, warly is gone (from Mandriva).

Tonight, we had his departure party, which was really nice, it's probably the best celebration we have done for months: almost all the company was here, even sage gurus and missed co-workers that left the company came back to "celebrate" the event with us.

warly prepared a lot of food and drinks (actually more than reasonable), and his most dedicated right hand men baked some nice (well, maybe not so nice for mine) delicacies. Too bad everybody was frightened to open the surströmming we've kept growing for years now (thanks oden!).

As usual, it was also a lot of fun! We even played DDR, thanks to the Gaming DVD I prepared earlier for the Club.

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