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11-Apr-2018 17:13

Waving away a cloud of smoke, I look up, and am blinded by a bright, white light. No, not Richard Stallman, or Linus Torvalds, but God. I guess we'll have to use something other than TCP * to talk to the University of Mars.

After unzipping, these files can be viewed in any text editor, including all versions of Microsoft Word, Word Pad, and Microsoft Word Viewer." [Microsoft website] I'm not trying to give users what they want, I'm trying to give them freedom, which they can then accept or reject.wish bot sent in a link to a ZD Net story that talks about how Linux distributions are too big. of course IMHO my distribution is exactly the right size, and I apt-get all the bloat if I want it, later.Hold the conference in France: you can drink alcohol publicly, even near a school, you can piss on the street, you can argue with cops, you can teach Darwin's theory of evolution and you can have sex in public places.sooner that the author(s) would get the time/chance to. I think this is one the really BIG reasons for the snowball/onslaught of Linux and the wealth of stuff available that gets enhanced faster than the real vendors can keep up. Alex Buell: Or how about a Penguin logo painted in really really trippy colours, and emblazoned with the word LSD.

:o) Geert Uytterhoeven: We already had that one, but unfortunately Russell King fixed that nasty palette bug in drivers/video/fbcon.c :-) Writing non-free software is not an ethically legitimate activity, so if people who do this run into trouble, that's good!

[1] Licenced - refers in Australia to a restaurant which has government licence to sell liquor. No 300 million dollar unveiling event for this kernel, I'm afraid, but you're still supposed to think of this as the "happening of the century" (at least until the next kernel comes along). It looks so technical; Get rid of it, I want a system *I* can understand. It's going to take a loooong time to fetch those again via 14.4kbps! Other analysts downplay the importance of the event, and claim that just about anybody could have done it.