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SubjectRe: Not a bible thumper. . .
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Jochen Toppe wrote:
>
> Bible Thumper? Anyhow....
>
> #
> # Using defaults found in .config
> #
> *
> * Code maturity level options
> *
> Prompt for development and/or incomplete code/drivers (CONFIG_EXPERIMENTAL) [Y/n/?]
> System messages featuring finest profanity (CONFIG_VULGAR) [Y/n/?]
> *
> * Loadable module support
> *
> .... *ducks*
>
> Here are my two bits: A natural amount of profanity in the
> appropriate places of the code ("Sun blows me"..) are fine, but that
> is no incentive to have a kernel which constantly curses, that would
> probably get on every users nerve sooner or later. Wasn't there a
> proposal to create a curse-kernel? Well, there still is that config
> option thing? curse patches? *ducks again*. Mamma mia, I should go now =)
> Where is this thread going anyways? Let it be up to Master Linus?
>

Woo hoo! Now there's something Linux would have on commercial OS's! It
would be so cool to see:


VFS: Shit! Some dumbass took the disk out! (2/0)


And of course, in addition to the config option, we would need a
boot time option and a proc config file (for when grandma comes
over):


echo "Hell, yeah!" > /proc/vulgarities

OR echo "No, thank you" > /proc/vulgarities








Lex


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