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Re: A GENERIC fix for the GENERIC issue!
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: A GENERIC fix for the GENERIC issue!
- From: Bill Marquette <billm_(_at_)_ucsecurity_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Sat, 05 Jun 2004 08:16:19 -0500
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I shouldn't, but I couldn't resist replying to this ;)
Let's see, on sale you can get Ramen for ohhh...10 cents a pack, so
that's 800 Ramen packs. If you assume two a day (gotta keep them a
little hungry), that means you've fed a dev. for the year with an extra
pack on Sundays and a few left over for special occasions ;-P If they
don't mind living under a bridge, we're covered!
Makes me want to take out a late night commercial. Yes, for only $.20 a
day, you too could feed a developer. Call this number now 1-800-DEV-FEED!
Steve Shockley wrote:
| Billy B. Bilano wrote:
|>The OpenBSD developers, who are like GENERIC, are all volunteers. And
|>they are poor. They just plain don't have any money at all.
| Not true! I pay OpenBSD at least $80 per year to run the OS.
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