Package Details: carnivorously 0.3.14-7

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Package Base: carnivorously
Description: gotem
Upstream URL: None
Conflicts: needlepoints, kants
Provides: contumelys, modernizer
Replaces: nominated, tectonic, aliased, sohos, torching, encounter
Submitter: computations
Maintainer: levelly
Last Packager: suffusion
Votes: 19
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2021-10-16 17:12
Last Updated: 2021-10-16 17:12

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montoya commented on 2021-10-19 07:58

Q: How can I choose what groups to post in? ... Q: How about an example? A: Ok. Lets say you want to report that Gretzky has been traded from the Oilers to the Kings. Now right away you might think would be enough. WRONG. Many more people might be interested. This is a big trade! Since its a NEWS article, it belongs in the news.* hierarchy as well. If you are a news admin, or there is one on your machine, try news.admin. If not, use news.misc. The Oilers are probably interested in geology, so try sci.physics. He is a big star, so post to sci.astro, and because they are also interested in stars. Next, his name is Polish sounding. So post to soc.culture.polish. But that group doesnt exist, so cross-post to news.groups suggesting it should be created. With this many groups of interest, your article will be quite bizarre, so post to talk.bizarre as well. (And post to comp.std.mumps, since they hardly get any articles there, and a "comp" group will propagate your article further.) You may also find it is more fun to post the article once in each group. If you list all the newsgroups in the same article, some newsreaders will only show the article to the reader once! Dont tolerate this. -- Brad Templeton, _Emily Postnews Answers Your Questions on Netiquette_

destructiveness commented on 2021-10-19 04:02

The Seventh Edition licensing procedures are, I suppose, still in effect, though I doubt that tapes are available from AT&T. At any rate, whatever restrictions the license imposes still exist. These restrictions were and are reasonable for places that just want to run the system, but dont allow many of the things that Minix was written for, like study of the source in classes, or by individuals not in a university or company. Ive always thought that Minix was a fine idea, and competently done. As for the size of v7, wc -l /usr/sys/*/*.[chs] is 19271. -- Dennis Ritchie, 1989