[crackmonkey] Software und Systementwicklung!
katy at zork.net
Sun Oct 25 13:24:41 PST 1998
Anybody want to pitch a few $$ into the "Deprogram Nick" fund that we'll
need in about 6 more months of him working for the germans.
But...as long as they're not old, oiled, and angry, I you're ok.
On Sat, 24 Oct 1998, Nick Moffitt wrote:
> As you may well have noticed lately, I have indeed entered the
> krautsphere. I have forsaken my ties with Penguin Computing and am
> now working for the american arm of suse.de (otherwise known as
> suse.com, com being short for "communist" which is the german word for
> In the krautsphere, all machines are named after communists,
> terrorists, and vaguely left-of-center economists. Consider the
> following excerpt from the zone file for SuSE's internal network:
> ## Communists Network
> ; techincal section
> ; management
> This is an example of what Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is all
> about: the domino effect. In Star Trek, the Dominion is a strange
> totalitarian force that seems to absorb planets as they recognize the
> futility of resistance and the potential benefits of joining the
> And so, as in Star Trek, so too does the domino effect happen
> in DNS maintenance. As each new machine is brought into the network,
> it is infected with the red menace. Sooner or later you'll install
> SuSE and hear the start up sounds of the internationale being played
> on the theremin!
> * Progress (n.): The process through which Usenet has evolved from
> smart people in front of dumb terminals to dumb people in front of
> smart terminals. -- obs at burnout.demon.co.uk (obscurity)
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