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Re: On-going anthropologic research about Debian

also sprach Daniel Ruoso <daniel@ruoso.com> [2006.05.17.1549 +0100]:
> Well, I just finished translating the first section of the work (still
> metodological, not exactly debian-related) and I would like to know
> other's opinion on the matter, specially because of some choices I made
> in the research, that are explained in this first section already
> translated.


Zack pointed out to me that this mailing list is considered dead by
many, and it's partially my fault. I will take a look at your work,
Daniel, ASAP, and provide feedback, in the hope to get this started

Please do not send copies of list mail to me; I read the list!
 .''`.     martin f. krafft <madduck@debian.org>
: :'  :    proud Debian developer and author: http://debiansystem.info
`. `'`
  `-  Debian - when you have better things to do than fixing a system
eleventh law of acoustics:
  in a minimum-phase system there is an inextricable link between
  frequency response, phase response and transient response, as they
  are all merely transforms of one another. this combined with
  minimalization of open-loop errors in output amplifiers and correct
  compensation for non-linear passive crossover network loading can
  lead to a significant decrease in system resolution lost. however,
  of course, this all means jack when you listen to pink floyd.

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