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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Remove Bitkeeper documentation from Linux tree
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On Sunday 21 April 2002 18:26, Tigran Aivazian wrote:
> On Sun, 21 Apr 2002, Jeff Garzik wrote:
> > Daniel was trying to dictate what we can and cannot talk about, in the
> > kernel sources. That's offensive.
>
> The reason of my email is completely different. It's just after you said
> the word "offensive" I remembered some tale whereby a sheep was trying to
> argue with the wolves and the wolves were trying to pretend the sheep has
> the same rights but after a while they got so annoyed that they told the
> sheep "you are really rude and offensive" and ate it justifying it as
> a "self-defence".
>
> How can a sheep argue with the wolves (even if they themselves used to be
> sheep not so long ago but now having become wolves are quite happy with
> their position). There are two solutions: 1. for a sheep to be promoted
> into the status of a wolf or 2. for a sheep to be eaten. Daniel, which one
> seems more desirable?

Heh. Neither alternative is 'appetizing' ;-)

Following my personal dictates, I'll try not to become part of the problem.
I think I prefer to be a vegetarian wolf.

--
Daniel
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