Re: debian-devel-elderly [was Re: What I'd like to see in a project leader]
On Tue, 15 Dec, 1998, Eduardo Marcel Macan wrote:
> On Tue, 15 Dec 1998, Bob Nielsen wrote:
> > <big>
> > Look out kids, the Gray Panthers have arrived! By the time I finally
> > get my act together, get my key signed and submit my application to become
> > a developer, I'll have turned 60, but I promise to faithfully take my
> > ginko, metamucil, etc.
> > Bob
> > </big>
> Geez, my father is 58, I just can't imagine him as a Debian
> Developer , that would be funny :)
My granddad is 27, oh no sorry hang on wrong planet.
> > On 15 Dec 1998, Douglas Bates wrote:
> > > I was thinking of suggesting that we start a new list
> > > debian-devel-elderly for those of us past 30 (I'm way past at age 49).
> > > Remember Mario deSalva from the Berkeley free-speech riots in the 60's
> > > proclaiming "never trust anyone over 30". How soon we find ourselves
> > > on the other side of that divide!
> Hmmm, If I am not mistaken Unix is 31 years old, isn't it? I trust
> Unix almost ultimately. If I need machines to assist my health in a
> hospital one day, please install debian on them :) It would be disgusting
> to see "module beep caused a General Protection Fault" in the screen of
the blue screen of DEATH?
> the heart monitor ... someone wanting to make euthanasia legal should
> consider installing MS products in life support systems :)
> I prefer the 31 year-old Unix than the 18 year old Microsoft
> "equivalent" :)
31 years, tried and tested.
> By the way, I am 24yr old. :)
I am 6536 (days that is).
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