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    SubjectRE: Linux stifles innovation...
    On Wed, 21 Feb 2001, Leif Sawyer wrote:
    > > From: Dr. Kelsey Hudson []
    > >
    > > 'good' in this case was meant to mean working properly, well-coded,
    > > does-what-it's-suppossed-to-do, eg not broken in one way or
    > > another. English should have a better word that 'good...'
    > >
    > Functional, perfect, clean, documented, readable, understandable,
    > tight, tuned, grok-able.

    exactly what i meant, with the exception possibly of 'grok-able' as i'm
    not familiar with that term.

    > Don't use one word to mean multiple things if you're trying to make
    > a clear case. Otherwise you sound like a Micro$oft lawyer. :-)

    How dare you compare me to that scum-of-the-earth! :)
    I do agree, though... I should have been more clear.

    > Really, this thread should just DIE already.

    It should!

    > We now return you to your regularly scheduled kernel bashing.

    Let the flames begin. :)

    Kelsey Hudson
    Software Engineer
    Compendium Technologies, Inc (619) 725-0771

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