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Who wrote 2.6.33

Who wrote 2.6.33

Posted Feb 19, 2010 8:07 UTC (Fri) by hppnq (guest, #14462)
In reply to: Who wrote 2.6.33 by efexis
Parent article: Who wrote 2.6.33

If what you are thinking is that one should take the "None" and "Unknown" categories out of the list titled "Most active employers", because we are only considering positively identified company contributions to the Linux kernel, then let's skip the step where I recommend basic courses in English, logic and statistics and just conclude that that's the scenario I was pointing out in my original comment.

If you insist on leaving the academic trail and you want to play word games: see the title of the bloody article. Consider taking those courses. Skip set theory.

If you were joking -- and I honestly hope you are -- I had a good laugh! Especially the "above the list" was a brilliant trouvaille.


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