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- Dan Malek on the linuxppc-embedded list The executive, Irving Wladawsky- Berger, an I. Because you know that you can induce people with financial approval to make stupid and irrational decisions based on irrelevant data. - Al Viro on fixing drivers certain pain-level to induce it to get fixed. How about the following: you hit delete on patches that introduce new ioctls, I help to provide required level of pain. - Al Viro on linux-kernel If you _really_ feel this strongly about the bug, you could either try to increase the number of hours a day for all of us or you could talk to my boss about hiring me as a consultant to fix the problem for you on an emergency basis :) - Rik van Riel explaining what to do against kernel bugs ... -- Cheers, Norm's Last Hurrah Sam: Well, look at you. In fact, you can solve many home plumbing problems, such as annoying faucet drip, merely by turning up the radio.- Rodger Donaldson about benchmarking on linux-kernel It should be fixed, but it won't be easy and it won't be fast. But keep in mind that it will take months of wading through the ugliest code we have in the tree. and for absolute majority of programmers additional shared objects mean additional fsckup sources. OK, so I don't trust the majority of programmers to find their dicks if you take their Visual Masturbation Aid away, but that's another story - I'm talking about otherwise clued people, not burger-flippers armed with Foo For Complete Dummies in 24 Hours. -- Cheers, The Bar Stoolie Sam: What do you say, Norm? Norm: That's funny, I was about to ask you the same thing. But before we get into specific techniques, let's look at how plumbing works.
Try "if" or "less likely that being hit on the head by an asteroid" - Alan Cox on linux-kernel I would suggest re-naming "rmbdd()". Norm: Well, it's a dog-eat-dog world, Sammy, and I'm wearing Milk-Bone underwear. Gimme a beer; I think I'll just drown the little suckers. Slapping a four-bit piece down on the bar, she draws herself up to her full five feet five inches and says to Mulcahey, "Give me what himself has been havin' all these years." Mulcahey looks at Malone, who shrugs, and then back at Margaret Mary Malone. Well that makes sense because there are no guns or drugs here. Do you think you could ask the host to quiet things down? (At this point, a Volkswagon bug with primitive religious symbols drawn on the doors emerges from the living room and roars down the hall, past the police and onto the lawn, where it smashes into a tree. S., [...] for her unyielding grip on "I don't care if they fire me, I've been arguing for a new approach for YEARS but are we SURE that this is the right time--" I would like to conclude this meeting with a verse written specially for our prospectus by our founding president fifty years ago -- and now, as then, fully expressive of the emotion most close to all our hearts -- Treat freshness as a youthful quirk, And dare not stray to ideas new, For if t'were tried they might e'en work And for a living what woulds't we do? "My predecessor did this for me, and I'll pass the tradition along to you," he said.Contemplate it." - Linus Torvalds "This, btw, is not something I would suggest you do in your living room. We're talking yellow spots on the walls, on the ceiling, yea verily even behind the fridge. I would also advice against doing this outside - it may be a lot easier to clean up, but you're likely to get reported and arrested for public lewdness Never mind that you had a perfectly good explanation for it all." - Linus Torvalds on sprinkling holy penguin pee "I would suggest you to read through the following book and files: * Kernighan & Pike, "The Practice of Programming" * Documentation/Coding Style * drivers/net/aironet4500_proc.c and consider, erm, discrepancies. Norm: It's not, Sammy, but that doesn't mean you can't. For example, if you subscribe to the Wall Street Journal, a business-related newspaper, you can deduct the cost of your house, because, in the words of U. Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger in a landmark 1979 tax decision: "Where else are you going to read the paper? The more people change jobs the more they realize that there is a direct connection between working for a living and total stupefying boredom. You're not going to find ME knocking a guy because he pads an expense account and his home stationery carries the company emblem. For although it may momentarily appear to be the case, it is not at all likely that the cabin is entirely inhabited by crying babies smoking inexpensive domestic cigars. I'll kill 'em, and I'm going to kill 'em before they kill me.On the second thought, reading K&R might also be useful. Linus "the Grinch" Torvalds lights strung around the trees, not the computer.... I suspect what gets strung up on the trees at Christmas if Linus does too much hacking is ... -- Cheers, A Kiss is Still a Kiss Woody: Can I pour you a draft, Mr. Take away crime from the white collar worker and you will rob him of his last vestige of job interest. -- Fran Lebowitz, "Social Studies" It is ridiculous to call this an industry. You're talking about the American way of survival of the fittest.If you're whimpering just _thinking_ about sending me a new feature, you're in the right mindframe. They explode in pretty patterns of red drops flying _everywhere_. But it doesn't help against a rabbit gene pool that is slowly deteriorating because there is nothing to keep them from breeding, and no darwin to make sure that it's the fastest and strongest that breeds. -- Cheers, Let Sleeping Drakes Lie Woody: What's happening, Mr. Norm: The question is, Woody, why is it happening to me? -- Cheers, Strange Bedfellows, Part 2 Woody: Hey, Mr. Norm: Well, okay, Woody, but be sure to stop me at one. Never use a long word when a diminutive one will do. If any word is improper at the end of a sentence, a linking verb is. This is where the expression, "Service with a slightly sheepish grin" comes from. Once you can be sold the myth that you may make president of the company you'll hardly ever steal stamps. Vital papers will demonstrate their vitality by spontaneously moving from where you left them to where you can't find them.Keep that mindframe." - Linus Torvalds "Jamie, you know how inappropriate it is to introduce facts in a discussion about Reiser FS, please refrain from that in the future." - Jes Sorenson "Sorry, I will use [OFFTOPIC] for facts in future ;-)" - Jamie Lokier "The debugger is akin to giving the _rabbits_ a bazooka. You mentioned how NT has the nicest debugger out there. -- Cheers, Paint Your Office Sam: How's life treating you? -- Cheers, Strange Bedfellows, Part 1 Woody: What's going down, Mr. All the big corporations depreciate their possessions, and you can, too, provided you use them for business purposes. " -- Dave Barry, "Sweating Out Taxes" All this big deal about white collar crime -- what's WRONG with white collar crime? But nobody believes he's going to be president anymore. It is imperative when flying coach that you restrain any tendency toward the vividly imaginative.Since your definition of reliability is a mathematical abstraction requiring infinite storage why don't you start by inventing infinitely large SDRAM chips, then get back to us ? In either the hardware or housewares department, you'll find an item imported from an obscure Oriental country and described as "Nine Tools in One", consisting of a little handle with interchangeable ends representing inscrutable Oriental notions of tools that Americans might use around the home. -- Dave Barry, "The Taming of the Screw" One of your most ancient writers, a historian named Herodotus, tells of a thief who was to be executed. Let's say your congressman was trying to travel to Paris to do a fact-finding study on how the French government handles diseases transmitted by sherbet.
- Alan Cox You know, if you really do not understand the implications of running everything with permissions equivalent to root - get the hell out of any UNIX-related programming until you learn. As he was taken away he made a bargain with the king: in one year he would teach the king's favorite horse to sing hymns. Just when he got to the plane, his mandatory air bag, strapped around his waist, would inflate -- FWWAAAAAAPPPP -- thus rendering him too large to fit through the plane door.
- Larry Mc Voy on GPL licensing issues As you point out below, contract law is also involved. -- Cheers, I'll Gladly Pay You Tuesday Sam: Whaddya say, Norm? Fault: Mouth not open when drinking or glass applied to wrong part of face. Fault: You are looking through bottom of empty glass. Action Required: Find out if you are taken to another bar. -- Cheers, Bar Wars II: The Woodman Strikes Back Sam: Beer, Norm? -- Cheers, Feeble Attraction Sam: What are you up to Norm? -- Cheers, Bar Wars III: The Return of Tecumseh Woody: Nice cold beer coming up, Mr. -- Dave Barry, "The Taming of the Screw" Rule #7: Silence is not acquiescence. Now if you'd asked MY advice, I'd have said 'Leave off at seven' -- but it's too late now." "I never ask advice about growing," Alice said indignantly. For many years, they were content to sit back and make the same old carbonated beverage.
Add the DMCA, UCITA, and Bush 2.0 to the mix, and any lawyer who says he actually knows what's legal is lying. Action Required: Buy another beer and practice in front of mirror. Action Required: Check your watch to see if bars are open yet. Action Required: Find someone who will buy you another beer. If not, complain loudly that you are being kidnapped. Fault: Excessive air turbulence, perhaps due to air-hockey game in progress. Contrary to what you may have heard, silence of those present is not necessarily consent, even the reluctant variety. It was a good beverage, no question about it; generations of people had grown up drinking it and doing the experiment in sixth grade where you put a nail into a glass of Coke and after a couple of days the nail dissolves and the teacher says: "Imagine what it does to your TEETH!
We could argue all day, but there was lots of computer work done before PCI and PCs. -- Cheers, Little Carla, Happy at Last, Part 2 Woody: Hey, Mr. Norm: Open up those beer taps and, oh, take the day off, Sam. The problem is that your potential market is very small: there are only around 500 members of Congress, and some of them, such as House Speaker "Tip" O'Neil, are already too large to fit on normal aircraft.
I'm more than old enough to know, so just leave it at that....... vice president, said, "If we thought this was a trap, we wouldn't be doing it, and as you know, we have a lot of lawyers." - from a New York Times article about Microsoft vs GPL licensing It should be a case of "Just plug in a new kernel, and suddenly your existing filesystem just allows you to do more! AND we'll throw in this useful ginzu knife for just 4.95 for shipping and handling. " - Linus Torvalds on linux-kernel Because you want to win benchmarketing exercises, not demonstrate that your architecture has any value in the real world whatsoever. -- Cheers, Norm's Last Hurrah Woody: Would you like a beer, Mr. -- Dave Barry, "'Mister Mediocre' Restaurants" Or you or I must yield up his life to Ahrimanes. I should have no hesitation in sacrificing my own life to spare yours, but we take stock next week, and it would not be fair on the company. Wellington Wells Please try to limit the amount of "this room doesn't have any bazingas" until you are told that those rooms are "punched out." Once punched out, we have a right to complain about atrocities, missing bazingas, and such. Meyrowitz Plumbing is one of the easier of do-it-yourself activities, requiring only a few simple tools and a willingness to stick your arm into a clogged toilet.
(Does anyone already know what kind of NDA they use? They may well be able to sort out a sane NDA with you. -- Cheers, The Proposal Paul: Hey Norm, how's the world been treating you? Also, if you examine a woman's skin very closely, inch by inch, starting at her shapely ankles, then gently tracing the slender curve of her calves, then moving up to her ...