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Sorry to my German readers for three posts in a row...but sometime you just have to.
Just now, I read an interesting article on telepolis about the Happy Birthday song being copyrighted, and a campaign called Unhappy Birthday to fight that. I read through their page, which was sufficiently short, and thought by myself: Nice idea. But then, at the very end of the page, I read "firstname.lastname@example.org", thinking "could it be", and further "Benjamin Mako Hill". For my non-debian readers: Mako is a core guy from debian, Canonical employee (the company that backs Ubuntu) and is active for SPI, the non-profit legal body in the US behind Debian. And obviously, he is one with a lot of time.
Anyways, good luck with Unhappy Birthday, Mako.
Update: As Daniel Stone told me in a comment to this post: Mako is no longer an Canonical employee, but works at MIT labs. Even cooler!