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    SubjectRe: Profanity in the Linux Kernel?!?!?
    >    From: Scott Jaderholm <suicydl@phreaker.net>
    > Date: 08 Jun 1999 15:01:58 -0600
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    > Is it really necessary? Someone could easily put "messed up" in
    > place of it.
    >
    > Anyways, I guess it is up to you guys whether you would like that
    > stuff in there. I just wasn't sure how many of you knew how many
    > times it was in there..
    >
    > This topic came up several times before, and the result is that
    > arbitrary censorship of code/comments is not going to happen. The
    > only exception is in kernel messages which can reach the user in the
    > message logs, and those have been cleaned up.

    I would have to say for the most part, but I did find some printk's that had
    "SHIT:" in them =)

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