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(nt)?

(nt)?

Posted Dec 16, 2009 19:24 UTC (Wed) by dwheeler (guest, #1216)
In reply to: s/Linux/Linus/ (nt) by MattPerry
Parent article: The abrupt merging of Nouveau

All right, I'll ask the obvious. What the heck is "(nt)"? Is it short for "(Non-technical)"?


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(nt)?

Posted Dec 16, 2009 20:28 UTC (Wed) by dkg (subscriber, #55359) [Link]

(nt) means "no text", as in: "if you've read the subject line here, you don't need to read the body of my comment, as it contains no additional text."

(nt)?

Posted Dec 17, 2009 6:03 UTC (Thu) by TRS-80 (subscriber, #1804) [Link]

The other usage I've seen is to put a $ at the end of the subject to indicate that's the end of the message.

(nt)?

Posted Dec 24, 2009 21:56 UTC (Thu) by Wol (guest, #4433) [Link]

Especially used when the comment is rejected if it has no text (hence n/t - a no-text comment!)

Cheers,
Wol


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