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  1. Troll-Free COLA Stats: Saturday the 18th of October, 2008.

    ngstats.pl version 1.30

    Written by Roy Culley.
    Contributions from Mark Kent.
    Modifications by Homer, 2007 - 2008.

    This report covers 953 articles received by this system to
    newsgroup comp.os.linux.advocacy [1]
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    Toplist of Posters

    Pos Poster Msgs Bytes Quoted
    1. Roy Schestowitz 333 1263766 1%
    2. Chris Ahlstrom 145 146020 59%
    3. High Plains Thumper 4. William Poaster 41 95063 81%
    5. Peter Köhlmann 38 49287 75%
    6. Phil Da Lick! 7. The Ghost In The Machine 8. Homer 31 51257 23%
    9. chrisv 29 12336 68%
    10. Sinister Midget 23 18613 57%
    11. Richard Rasker 22 44659 49%
    12. 7 21 21177 47%
    Terry Porter 21 45671 48%
    14. Andrew Halliwell 11 5825 61%
    15. Kelsey Bjarnason 10 10298 36%
    16. SomeBloke 9 14082 66%
    nessuno@wigner.berkeley.edu Gregory Shearman 9 12552 69%
    19. RonB 8 3517 60%
    JEDIDIAH 8 11583 67%
    ml2mst 8 16925 71%
    22. ray 6 7245 88%
    fungus 6 5493 23%
    24. Tom Shelton 5 9143 76%
    Kleuskes & Moos 5 4740 78%
    26. Matt 4 2193 75%
    Rex Ballard 4 16230 26%
    geonik 4 2824 35%
    bbgruff 4 3873 79%
    COLA Loon's Nick-list Keeper -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Toplist of Subjects

    Pos Subject Msgs Bytes
    1. So where's all the Linux viruses? 80 128708
    2. Terry is back 62 96925
    3. OpenGL versus DirectX 46 71998
    4. Windows XP is all back-o-the-bus 40 59526
    5. Microsoft Vista badness -- saved by Linux goodness 37 72517
    6. Weekly Amazon laptop line-up: Linux still some 20% 35 31868
    7. Why buy Microsoft Office? 29 38776
    10 reasons why should one use linux 29 33227
    9. Can Microsoft's Ballmer get away with it? 24 58011
    10. OT: Vista surprise 19 9863
    11. Asus ships Eee Box PCs with malware 16 19541
    Lying lusers at Linux Format tell more lies 16 19600
    13. [News] Italian University Offers Course on Free So 14 13970
    Damn Small Linux as a tool 14 15431
    Toys R' Us Selling GNU/Linux PCs, Advertising Them 14 8452
    Linux/FOSS vs Windows, software popularity stats, 14 21945
    17. [News] In Praise of X Server in GNU/Linux 12 15354
    18. best piece of OSS? 10 10389
    19. MPD 8 6128
    20. [News] Mozilla Lobbies for Open/Libre Video on the 7 11875
    21. [News] ODF Spreads Around the World (Colour Map) 6 14394
    [News] Why Flash is Evil: Spyware to the Max 6 6816
    [News] Presidential Software Ethics: Analysis 6 20128
    24. New Qt/MySQL-based Software Targets Medicare 5 5986
    The Loon from Ohio is at it again 5 3579
    [News] Microsoft Employees: Working for a Company 5 5875
    Vista? 5 7336
    [News] Behind the Hype of Novell's Microsoft Copyc 5 6718
    Ballmer says skip Vista 5 8713
    Linux black hole for Sys Admins in UK 5 4242
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    Toplist of Most Replied To Posters

    Pos Poster Msgs
    1. Chris Ahlstrom 54
    2. High Plains Thumper 29
    3. Terry Porter 28
    4. Roy Schestowitz 27
    5. The Ghost In The Machine 24
    6. Peter Köhlmann 23
    7. chrisv 19
    8. Richard Rasker 16
    9. Phil Da Lick! 15
    10. William Poaster 12
    11. Homer 11
    Sinister Midget 11
    13. Andrew Halliwell 9
    nessuno@wigner.berkeley.edu 9
    15. Tom Shelton 7
    16. 7 6
    Matt 6
    Kelsey Bjarnason 6
    Gregory Shearman 6
    20. RonB 5
    21. SomeBloke 4
    bbgruff 4
    fungus 4
    24. Tony Sivori 3
    Rex Ballard 3
    ray 3
    27. Mark Kent 2
    Kleuskes & Moos 2
    JEDIDIAH 2
    Leo 2
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    Toplist of 'Quality' Posters [2]

    Pos Poster Index
    1. Roy Schestowitz 151
    2. Chris Ahlstrom 82
    3. Terry Porter 77
    4. Homer 74
    5. 7 67
    High Plains Thumper 67
    Kelsey Bjarnason 67
    8. nessuno@wigner.berkeley.edu 66
    9. Richard Rasker 64
    The Ghost In The Machine 64
    11. Sinister Midget 63
    12. Phil Da Lick! 61
    13. William Poaster 60
    RonB 60
    Andrew Halliwell 60
    16. chrisv 59
    SomeBloke 59
    JEDIDIAH 59
    19. ml2mst 58
    Gregory Shearman 58
    21. Peter Köhlmann 56
    22. ray 53
    23. fungus 48
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    Toplist of Newsreaders

    Pos Newsreader Msgs
    1. KNode 432
    2. slrn 197
    3. Thunderbird 127
    4. Pan 100
    5. G2/1.0 35
    6. Forte Agent 20
    7. tin 11
    8. COLA Stats Engine 1
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    [1]: Certain off-charter, abusive, anti-Linux or pro-Microsoft
    threads will be dropped, depending on their severity, and
    hence not included in the stats, which are provided by me
    as a measure of advocacy, not as a means of spreading the
    Trolls' lies and malice even further.
    [2]: The poster 'quality' stats is based on:
    a) quoting: 100 - %'age quoted
    b) cross-posting: 100 - %'age cross-posted
    c) number of direct followups posters articles get
    d) troll feeding: 100 - 2.0 * %'age troll followups
    e) 75 deducted for known trolls
    f) for the humour impaired the quotes around 'quality'
    are intended to convey they are not to be taken too
    seriously :-)

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  2. Re: Troll-Free COLA Stats: Saturday the 18th of October, 2008.

    After takin' a swig o' grog, Homer belched out
    this bit o' wisdom:

    > ngstats.pl version 1.30
    >
    > Written by Roy Culley.
    > Contributions from Mark Kent.
    > Modifications by Homer, 2007 - 2008.
    >
    > This report covers 953 articles received by this system to
    > newsgroup comp.os.linux.advocacy [1]
    > -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > Toplist of Posters
    >
    > Pos Poster Msgs Bytes Quoted
    > 1. Roy Schestowitz 333 1263766 1%
    > 2. Chris Ahlstrom 145 146020 59%


    Time to cut back. Just think how much there'd be if I weren't coding.


  3. Re: COLA Stats: Saturday the 18th of October, 2008 of/ for theLinux Pimps.

    Nuff-Said-Homer wrote:



    Nuff said

  4. Re: Troll-Free COLA Stats: Saturday the 18th of October, 2008.

    On Sat, 18 Oct 2008 06:29:23 -0400, Chris Ahlstrom wrote:

    > Time to cut back. Just think how much there'd be if I weren't coding.


    Putting "20 percent off today only" stickers on toys is not coding.


    --
    Moshe Goldfarb
    Collector of soaps from around the globe.
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  5. Re: Troll-Free COLA Stats: Saturday the 18th of October, 2008.

    On Sat, 18 Oct 2008 11:49:17 -0400, Moshe Goldfarb. wrote:

    > On Sat, 18 Oct 2008 06:29:23 -0400, Chris Ahlstrom wrote:
    >
    >> Time to cut back. Just think how much there'd be if I weren't coding.

    >
    > Putting "20 percent off today only" stickers on toys is not coding.


    Ahahahaahah!

    That's funny, in a pathetic way.

    The old flatfish, rarely original, but sometimes funny at the expense of
    others.

    It's probably too late Flatfish, but if you were to actually use what
    talents you have left you possibly could be a productive part of society,
    instead of a blight ?



    --
    Linux full time, on the desktop, since August 1997

  6. Re: Troll-Free COLA Stats: Saturday the 18th of October, 2008.

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    ____/ Terry Porter on Monday 20 October 2008 12:20 : \____

    > On Sat, 18 Oct 2008 11:49:17 -0400, Moshe Goldfarb. wrote:
    >
    >> On Sat, 18 Oct 2008 06:29:23 -0400, Chris Ahlstrom wrote:
    >>
    >>> Time to cut back. Just think how much there'd be if I weren't coding.

    >>
    >> Putting "20 percent off today only" stickers on toys is not coding.

    >
    > Ahahahaahah!
    >
    > That's funny, in a pathetic way.
    >
    > The old flatfish, rarely original, but sometimes funny at the expense of
    > others.
    >
    > It's probably too late Flatfish, but if you were to actually use what
    > talents you have left you possibly could be a productive part of society,
    > instead of a blight ?


    The Munchkins ran out of material. They have a raft of 'quick points' to escape
    to whenever they lose an argument.

    - --
    ~~ Best of wishes

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  7. Re: Troll-Free COLA Stats: Saturday the 18th of October, 2008.

    Roy Schestowitz wrote:

    >
    > The Munchkins ran out of material. They have a raft of 'quick points' to escape
    > to whenever they lose an argument.
    >


    I am not running Schestowitz come out you fag-ish tramp come out here.


  8. Re: Troll-Free COLA Stats: Saturday the 18th of October, 2008.

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    ____/ Linux Pimps on Monday 20 October 2008 14:32 : \____

    > Roy Schestowitz wrote:
    >
    >>
    >> The Munchkins ran out of material. They have a raft of 'quick points' to
    >> escape to whenever they lose an argument.
    >>

    >
    > I am not running Schestowitz come out you fag-ish tramp come out here.


    Wow. It's true. The Munchkins /are/ a waste of b/w.

    - --
    ~~ Best of wishes

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  9. Re: Troll-Free COLA Stats: Saturday the 18th of October, 2008.

    After takin' a swig o' grog, Moshe Goldfarb. belched out
    this bit o' wisdom:

    > On Sat, 18 Oct 2008 06:29:23 -0400, Chris Ahlstrom wrote:
    >
    >> Time to cut back. Just think how much there'd be if I weren't coding.

    >
    > Putting "20 percent off today only" stickers on toys is not coding.


    Dumb joke, unbefitting even of the flatfish.

    I'm trying to figure out why valgrind claims I have free/delete/delete[]
    mismatches when the code looks find, and why I'm getting these damn
    SIGABRTs when I run a simple thread. Weirdest problem I've seen for
    awhile.

    --
    What fools these mortals be.
    -- Lucius Annaeus Seneca

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