Linus & the Lunatics, Part I

The first of three transcriptions of talks by Linus and friends during the latest Linux Lunacy Geek Cruise.
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Doc Searls is Senior Editor of Linux Journal

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Re: Sparse

Anonymous's picture

Am I the only one to have noticed that Sparse sounds a lot like SPARK as described by John Barnes in "High Integrity Ada : The SPARK Approach"?
Mind you, I think C needs it, and badly too!
Wesley Parish

Re: Linus & the Lunatics, Part I

Anonymous's picture

Dear Doc, thank you for the text. Reading things like these really is travelling without moving.

jakub

Re: Linus & the Lunatics, Part I

Doc's picture

Thanks. It was a lot of work doing the transcription, and I'm not sure I matched all the pix to the text, but... whatever.

What surprises me is that this whole exercize hasn't attracted much attention. My mistake for not getting it out sooner, I think.

Next time I'll make it happen faster.

thanks for the awesome coverage

Anonymous's picture

Great report and a good read

ta mate

Re: thanks for the awesome coverage

Anonymous's picture

yes, thanx for this reading!
cu gunnar

Re: Linus & the Lunatics, Part I

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Doc,

Appreciate the pains you took - a real labor of love !

Synonymous Simon

Re: Linus & the Lunatics, Part I

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Ah man dont make me wait for part 2. :-)

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