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Re: Bug#189370: acknowledged by developer (irrelevant)

> Ah, pissing contest. OK, I have been building TeX since 1989,
>  when we used to buy tapes and compile TeX  on a dozen Unix systems at
>  the university. This was before TeTeX, before Debian, and even Before
>  Linux. So, I have 14 years of experience with TeX -- how much more do
>  I need to have to reach the exalted levels of experience you have
>  with the system?

There is a reason that more enlightened business do not run a LIFO policy
when making redundancies these days. This is because length of service is
not a measure of how good an employee is. There will always be smart people
who after a short length of time exceed the performance of there more
experienced colleagues.


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