On Wed, 21 Sep 2005, Jurgen Stroo wrote:

> Well, you should have a look to what country seems attractive to you
> politically, what economical circumstances the country is in, how active
> this country people are in open source development (that's my
> opinion) and how the average girl looks like. There is live next to your
> monitor, you should really study the european countries thoroughly, there
> is much, much more where to look at, than just only what could be a good
> place for a programmer.
>
> There are matters that affects everyone, and thus also programmers, suchs
> as privacy regulations, corruption, rise of violence, government control,
> freedom of speech, acceptance of differences between people (races,
> homosexuality, religion)  if one can stay as a foreigner, and if so, what
> these regulations are, what rules there are for civilians and how these affect you, how
> expensive it is etc. etc.

I'm an American and I'm seriously looking for the chance to work and live 
elsewhere, preferably somewhere that I can get by only speaking English 
(and Ruby).  Suggestions?

-- Matt
Nothing great was ever accomplished without _passion_