> Yes, osimplay is probably for 4 people on the planet. The 4 that don't
> confuse writing an operating system with porting Minix to pmode. All 4 of
> whom have been ostracized from the Linux Kernel Clique, but who probably
> still read l-k occaisionally to see what kind of shenanigans Billy's Free
> Unix Boys are up to, like pretending SMP scales.
> By the way, if you don't like the looks of a "bastard offspring of a
> drunken encounter between Intercal and APL" (Smoorenberg), it's a shell
> script, moron, so if you're more comfortable, it shouldn't even take a
> Kernel-cliquer more than a few minutes to make it resemble a cross betwee=
> Alan Cox, Matthew Wilcox, a plate of bad sushi and a couple hundred
> ioctls. With more teeth than Torvalds. Just don't leave it where I might
> get a whiff of it.
I have no idea if your project is any good or not, but the fact is that thi=
list is for issues regarding the linux kernel.
In general if you want people to start using your work, you need to make
1) Will be of use for them
2) Will be of exceptional quality, so that it will be better than the
3) Try not to be an annoying bastard.
As for 1) and 2), I do not know, but in 3) your are starting to lean
toward not accomplishing it, as you keep pissing people like me off
that usually rather wont get involved in trolling.
Also, you should consider the fact that trying to publicly humiliate
someone usually points to a low self esteem ? I do not know what
Alan Cox did to you, but do not want to read about it as:
1) It has nothing to do with me and the other people on this list - mail
him in private if it helps you sleep at night telling him how worthless
2) I do not give a flying f**k.
Please stop this shit, as I for one are starting to get fed up with
pointless threads that never seem to die, and just keeps filling
up my mailbox - I am sure I am not the only one.
Content-Type: application/pgp-signature; name="signature.asc"
Content-Description: This is a digitally signed message part
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.2.2 (GNU/Linux)
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----