Re: Debian coding style?
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- Subject: Re: Debian coding style?
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Amy Fong)
- Date: 20 May 1999 02:27:01 -0400
- Message-id: <email@example.com>
- References: <firstname.lastname@example.org> <References:> <email@example.com> <19990518145958.D32620@debian.org>
In article <19990518145958.D32620@debian.org>,
Joseph Carter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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>You know, we like you. You're crazy. Crazy enough for Debian. (We're
>all totally mad here you realize) You should apply as a developer! =>
>Benefits of being a Debian developer include a lack of respect for your
>hard work, almost weekly flamewars to participate in or not as you
>choose, an ubercool @debian.org email address to impress your friends
>with, your PGP key on the Debian keyring, the ability to directly upload
>packages to Debian's mirrors, and if you call within the next 30 minutes,
>you'll get absolutely free this Star Wars Secret Decoder Ring! (while
>supplies last, of course...)
>(Now do you believe that we're crazy?)
Star Wars Secret Decoder Ring?!??! Oooh ooh ooh... <drool>
Wait-a-sec, next 30 minutes?!?!??!?! *whimper*
Ermmm... can I get a raincheck?
"We Suzaku Seishi aren't smart enough to give up!!!" Tasuki (Fushigi Yuugi)
I don't speak for anyone but myself.