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On 16 Jun 2001 22:27:09 -0400, Eric S. Raymond wrote:
> Various people on the Linux kernel mailing list and elsewhere have been heard
> to opine that CML2's user interface is too oriented towards nontechnical
> users. In response to these complaints, I have implemented a fourth CML2
> front end with an interface style expressly designed for the serious,
> hard-core hacker. A transcript of an example session follows:<snip>

don't you have some linux advocating to be doing? :)

_WAY_ too much time on your hands!

i could not, however, resist matching the original adventure games:

> take SCSI
It won't budge.
> take SCSI
Seriously, it is not going to move an inch.
> take SCSI
You try, but it won't move.
> take SCSI
It moves a little!
> take SCSI
SCSI: taken.

--
Robert M. Love
rml@ufl.edu
rml@tech9.net

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