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David Woodhouse <>:
> I'd be very surprised if the number of false positives isn't fairly stable,
> with new ones being introduced at a similar rate to the rate at which old
> ones finally become correct.

Even supposing that's so, a 36% rate of broken symbols is way too high.
It argues that we need to do a thorough housecleaning at least once in
order to get back to an acceptably low stable rate.
<a href="">Eric S. Raymond</a>

The same applies for other kinds of long-lasting low-level pain. [...]
The body's response to being jabbed, pierced, and cut is to produce
endorphins. [...] So here's my programme for breaking that cycle of
dependency on Windows: get left arm tattooed with dragon motif, buy a
crate of Jamaican Hot! Pepper Sauce, get nipples pierced. With any
luck that will produce enough endorphins to make Windows completely
redundant, and I can then upgrade to Linux and get on with things.
-- Pieter Hintjens
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