And that's "yum" as in "yummy," nothing to do with package management.
Every now and then, don't you just yearn to fire up that old SLS or
Slackware from the pre-1.0 kernel release days? Downloading individual
floppies from sunsite.unc.edu?
Okay, that sounds incredibly ironic and/or sarcastic, but sometimes it's
hard to remember how far we've come in the past 15-odd years. Sure, there
are those of the "it was better when I had to etch the bits by hand" camp,
but I have no particular love lost for having to figure out modelines, lack
of an NIS-map aware automounter, and no journaling FS -- not to mention
boot/root floppies in pre-module days.
I bet doing some installs from "back in the day" would be a bit of a
refresher, and maybe even a surprise revelation for those who've only
started using Linux since, say, Y2K.