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  • Originally posted by cjcox View Post

    Actually, I was figuring more the "irony" of them meeting because of "jail".... it could go a lot deeper than your thought.
    I don't understand what you are saying. Am I missing some info about the matter?

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    • Well... and there could be a lot of disagreement, but there are some fundamental ideology differences between the two (pre-crime). So, I just thought it would be a funny meetup if both were jailed. It's like oil and water.... but now.... same..

      Edit: both claim genius, etc.. maybe it would only be funny to me...

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      • Originally posted by alcalde View Post
        When did the Linux community start
        1991: Linux released
        2001: Linux becomes a community
        2004: Linux becomes Windows
        2011: Linux becomes iOS
        2019: Linux becomes transgender support group pyramid scheme

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        • Originally posted by desktorp View Post

          1991: Linux released
          Yes

          Originally posted by desktorp View Post
          2001: Linux becomes a community


          Originally posted by desktorp View Post
          2004: Linux becomes Windows
          At least it's more customizable than Windows.

          Originally posted by desktorp View Post
          2011: Linux becomes iOS
          Do you really think it is that restricted?

          Originally posted by desktorp View Post
          2019: Linux becomes transgender support group pyramid scheme
          *2018
          Thankfully not much has changed since they added the CoC...

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          • Originally posted by tildearrow View Post
            Do you really think it is that restricted?
            They've made a few strides in that direction. I call that direction "appliance-like distributions" in the sense of "no user-serviceable parts inside." That's an exaggeration, obviously. But of a truth I find most irritating and un-Linux-like (even more un-GNU-like.)

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