Contact

Phone and Messaging

Telephone: (mobile, more reliable): +44 (0)7941 938912 also accepts Telegram, Signal, WhatsApp, SMS messages

Telephone: (land, varying reliability): +44 (0)1875 821 008

Messaging:

Facebook Messenger: jonathan.riddell.737 (works quite well if you’re FB friends with me),
Matrix: @jriddell:kde.org
Twitter: @jriddell (please don’t)
Google Hangouts: riddell@gmail.com (I have no idea how this decides if you are legit or not)

E-mail

E-mail: jr@jriddell.org

Postal Address

5 Robertson Bank
Gorebridge
EH23 4JT
Scotland


Esk Tower:

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Note Google Maps will send you to the other side of the burn, enter Robertsons Bank off Lady Brae.


Train: Haymarket

Aeroplane: Edinburgh Airport, Airlink bus no. 100 to Haymarket or bus no. 35 to Dundee Street

Canoe/Canal Boat: Union Canal (goes to Glasgow with Forth & Clyde Canal) moor at back of flat just out of town side from Yemen Place’s Walker Bridge and phone for entry. Marked by bee hive and yellow OC1.

Bus: Numbers 10 or 27 to Polwarth Gardens.

Location: 55.937996, -3.219564, OS National Grid: NT 23920 72323

5 Replies to “Contact”

  1. There is an error in the instructions for installing neon-desktop on http://neon.kde.org.uk/download

    Step 2: Install KDE neon

    You will need to open a terminal to enter the following instructions.

    Add the KDE neon package archive
    wget http://archive.neon.kde.org.uk/public.key
    apt-key public.key
    sudo apt-add-repository http://archive.neon.kde.org.uk/unstable

    The command apt-key public.key is syntactically incorrect. apt-key requires ‘add’, so the correct command is:

    apt-key add public.key

    This assumes, as the page shows, that you are operating ‘as root’ already.

  2. Removing article 50 from the EU treaties actually just changes the timespan between notification and withdrawal from 24 to 12 months. I just took a peek at the 1969 Vienna Convention to make sure about that, and the present situation matches both conditions of article 56 paragraph 1 of that treaty. Meaning that if you remove article 50 from the EU treaties, then the legal way of leaving the EU will be through article 56 of the 1969 Vienna Convention. Be careful what you wish for.

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