Re: Social Contract GR's Affect on sarge
On Tue, 27 Apr 2004, Thiemo Seufer wrote:
> It is, simply because the human brain can't handle more than 7+-2
> items at the same time
That's in (very) short term memory; there are computers which do
complex algorithms with only 7 registers.
> The requirement of an algorithm is to produce the same results for
> the same input.
So a buggy program would be data, and not a program according to your
That is, for anything that has an RC bug, it would have been ok for it
to move from non-free to main according to your definition.
I think your definition has a few rather fundamental flaws.
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