I’m under the impression that the last 10 days, all I did was install linux distributions. My bad, nobody forced me to install Gentoo. After having successfully set up my Arch environment, I guess I had not got my share of troubles. Well, Gentoo didn’t disappoint me. After an entire day of reading docs and rebooting broken bootloaders, I gave up and reinstalled Arch. Then I tried again in a virtual environment and (yay!) it wasn’t as painful as the first time. Finally, I once again repartionned my drive and managed to setup a dual-boot Arch/Gentoo.
The purpose of wasting that much time might be unclear (even to me) but anyway, I once again learned a lot. So I got that going for me, which is nice.
Regarding the projects, I’m delighted to be part of the migB team. The name wasn’t easy to find (and it isn’t a recursive acronym, shame) but that’ll do. Now we have to define the milestones of our project, and I think it’s going to be a very interesting part.