Moving to Germany

Posted on by Wladimir Palant

I just came back from Germany a few days ago and now (in a few hours) I am going there again. This came quite unexpectedly, I didn’t know myself until two days ago. This time I will stay in Darmstadt for a few months, working with the guys at the university and hopefully producing something useful together. I should come back to Oslo in the beginning of March to finish my PhD thesis — plan is to be all done before May. That’s some crazy time coming up…

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  1. rick752

    Gutes Glück, Wladimir.

    Gerade vergessen Sie nicht über uns hier.

  2. MonztA

    Online translators suck, rick752. ^^ :P

  3. chewey

    He, that’s funny – I just went to Darmstadt last weekend,
    to attend one of the Firefox 2 release parties, at the
    university (playing the role of the oppressed SeaMonkey
    minority ;-). Didn’t see much of the city itself though…

    Have a good time there!

  4. rick752

    “Online translators suck, rick752. ^^ :P”

    Well, I gave it my best shot … :-)

  5. fwolf

    @rick: vergiss es. wenigstens kann ich TATSÄCHLICH deutsch :-P
    but you may ask me for manual translations ;)

    @wladimir: well, if you get near Karlsruhe by any chance, just send me a hint before that happens ;)

    cu, w0lf.

  6. iNsuRRecTiON

    Hey,

    dann viel Spaß hier, ich komme aus der Nähe, Wiesbaden, liegt auch in Hessen, ist sogar die Hauptstadt ^^

    MfG

    iNsuRRecTiON

  7. praxis22

    Coming to Darmstadt eh? What do you think of the Christmas markt? My wife is a big fan of the langosch from Gyonk, though she’s distressed by the lack of mushrooms this year… :)

  8. @fwolf

    Does what you said to rick752 mean:

    Forget it. At least I know ACTUAL German.

    ?

    Got it from google translate :)

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