Re: Linux Advocacy is completely Dead...... - Linux

This is a discussion on Re: Linux Advocacy is completely Dead...... - Linux ; In comp.os.linux.advocacy, High Plains Thumper wrote on Wed, 26 Sep 2007 05:40:26 +0900 : > Anonymous Sender wrote: >> DFS wrote: >>> Tim Smith wrote: | >>> |.| >>>> [At the risk of kicking |.| o the next level of ...

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  1. Re: Linux Advocacy is completely Dead......

    In comp.os.linux.advocacy, High Plains Thumper

    wrote
    on Wed, 26 Sep 2007 05:40:26 +0900
    <46f9728a$0$31120$6e1ede2f@read.cnntp.org>:
    > Anonymous Sender wrote:
    >> DFS wrote:
    >>> Tim Smith wrote: |
    >>> |.|
    >>>> [At the risk of kicking |.| o the next level of obscure
    >>>> references...] |\./|
    >>>> |\./|
    >>>> I wond . |\./| . Asimov in 1957?
    >>>> Perhaps \^.\ |\\.//| /.^/ ry "Does a Bee Care?"
    >>>> was mode \--.|\ |\\.//| /|.--/
    >>> \--.| \ |\\.//| / |.--/
    >>> ha! \---.|\ |\./| /|.---/
    >>> \--.|\ |\./| /|.--/
    >>> Rex, did you send s \ .\ |.| /. / v when you were 2 years old? By then
    >>> you would _ -_^_^_^_- \ \\ // / -_^_^_^_- _ ve devices...
    >>> - -/_/_/- ^ ^ ||| ^ ^ -\_\_\- -
    >>> |
    >>> -------------------
    >>> -=[ You MUST be high! ]=-
    >>> -------------------

    >
    > Good ASCII art, LOL!
    >


    And the beauty of it is that it (a) conforms to standards,
    and (b) does not require 2 GB RAM and Microsoft Windows Vista(tm)
    to generate. :-)

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  2. Re: Linux Advocacy is completely Dead......

    ____/ The Ghost In The Machine on Tuesday 25 September 2007 23:36 : \____

    > In comp.os.linux.advocacy, High Plains Thumper
    >
    > wrote
    > on Wed, 26 Sep 2007 05:40:26 +0900
    > <46f9728a$0$31120$6e1ede2f@read.cnntp.org>:
    >> Anonymous Sender wrote:
    >>> DFS wrote:
    >>>> Tim Smith wrote: |
    >>>> |.|
    >>>>> [At the risk of kicking |.| o the next level of obscure
    >>>>> references...] |\./|
    >>>>> |\./|
    >>>>> I wond . |\./| . Asimov in 1957?
    >>>>> Perhaps \^.\ |\\.//| /.^/ ry "Does a Bee Care?"
    >>>>> was mode \--.|\ |\\.//| /|.--/
    >>>> \--.| \ |\\.//| / |.--/
    >>>> ha! \---.|\ |\./| /|.---/
    >>>> \--.|\ |\./| /|.--/
    >>>> Rex, did you send s \ .\ |.| /. / v when you were 2 years old? By
    >>>> then
    >>>> you would _ -_^_^_^_- \ \\ // / -_^_^_^_- _ ve devices...
    >>>> - -/_/_/- ^ ^ ||| ^ ^ -\_\_\- -
    >>>> |
    >>>> -------------------
    >>>> -=[ You MUST be high! ]=-
    >>>> -------------------

    >>
    >> Good ASCII art, LOL!
    >>

    >
    > And the beauty of it is that it (a) conforms to standards,
    > and (b) does not require 2 GB RAM and Microsoft Windows Vista(tm)
    > to generate. :-)


    Finally. COLA gets graphical. I quite like the ASCII image with the plonking
    menus.

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  3. Re: Linux Advocacy is completely Dead......

    High Plains Thumper wrote:

    > I don't put too much credence into DFS' replies, and after all,
    > he slinked away from this one
    >
    > http://groups.google.com/group/comp....eee6e21591568?
    >
    > and several others from advocates.


    You jag-off. I slink away from nothing.



    > I am seeing a turning tide now. Trolls have effectively lost,
    > Linux and Open Source are gaining, even in US.
    >
    > There will come a time when there will no longer need to be
    > advocacy because of the dominance of Linux and Open Source.


    In the meantime, you better hold onto your Windows job and systems.





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