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SubjectRe: The well-factored 386
On Mon, Jul 28, 2003 at 09:32:45AM -0700, David S. Miller wrote:

> > hmm...didn't seem off-topic to me.
> > Anything about 386 hardware would seem
> > to be rather closely related to Linux
> > assembly language programming.
>
> He talks about his x86 emulator he wrote, and people complain to me
> all the time about his postings.
>
> Nobody ever follows up to any of his postings, he's not even
> discussing anything, he's just showing how great he thinkgs
> his x86 emulator is.
>
> linux-kernel is not a bullhorn for people like him to use...

Rick A Hohensee is a clown, a joker, a troll.
One can be amused by his postings, or irritated, or one can
ignore them.

No need for any formal action.

You on the other hand threaten with censorship.
That is not funny at all.
Censorship would explode in a terrible flamewar.

There is no need for such censorship.

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