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SubjectRe: [STUPID] Best looking code to transfer to a t-shirt
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For a halloween party a few years back, I trimmed and used panic.c (the
theme was that you had to go as something starting with K.. so I went as
a kernel panic. Tracedump on the front, source on the back, debian logo
on the sleeves.)

Its not particularly frightening looking, however.

On Fri, 2003-01-03 at 08:25, Maciej Soltysiak wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I am in a t-shirt transfering frenzy and was wondering which part of the
> kernel code it would be best to have on my t-shirt.
> I was looking at my favourite: netfilter code, but it is to clean, short
> and simple functions, no tons of pointers, no mallocs, no hex numbers, too
> many defines used. I was looking for something terribly complicated and
> looking awesome to the eye.
>
> How about we have a poll of the most frightening pieces of the kernel ?
> What are your ideas?
>
> Regards,
> Maciej Soltysiak
>
>
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