FAQ: Update the ports section
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Wed Sep 10 12:59:29 CDT 2003
> Thats the problem!
> You have your fine dictonary in hand, so you think you know how to speak
> english... but when you visit a english speaking country the people
> you speak to look like a deer caught in a spot light!
I can find my way around America without having too much difficulties.
It's just that I think documentation deserves better.
> Shachar don't get mad or pissed.. I had to find someone for my
> eniligey.. :)
I'll try to figure out what "eniligey" means before I get pissed....
:-). Even google has nothing to say about that word.....
I wasn't mad about you being wrong. I was mad about you treating
everyone correcting you as if they were dumb.
> As far as slang goes.. I can speak three different versions of slang
> NE slang, African American, SE Hill Billy, take your pick.
The question is whether you should write docs in slang. Answering your
private mail - I installed RedHat servers with locale set to Red Neck
too. I stopped when too many programs started complaining that they
don't have the right language of tools. I figured the humor does have to
give way, occasionally, to functionlity (Monty Python's Complete Waste
of Time CD nonwithstanding, of course. Which reminds me, I should check
whether it works on Wine....).
> And as me and Dmitry have had a little fude over this before
> american english is not the same as the Queens English...
> And if you dont trust me.... Just come for a visit :)
Of the two, it's actually Britan that I've never been to.
> And not to piss off the brits as I have the israelis........
> Your English is far superior to what we would ever except
> as being english........ As we sound more like the Welsh....
I think we can get rid of the "American vs. English" jokes right now.
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