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Just noticed this in chromatics diary

>It goes both ways, too. I'm sure ralsina has received
>quite enough bile from irresponsible GNOME groupies just
>as RMS has received from KDE zealots. In fact, I wouldn't
>be surprised to discover a mercenary underclass holding to
>no ideal but "it's funny when I make people angry!"


Dude they're called trolls and have a scary claim on UseNets memespace

hehehe there's a lot of literature about them... I suggest you read it all.

:)

Ok I'm gunna start work on a proof of concept library for a database structure that will support key seeks in constant time.

if anyone has any suggestions for it for example existing database libraries that I'll have to make compatibility layers for.

Or say whether there's a better ways to write a libary for c than a header file feel free to email me at dth2spam@zen.art.rmit.edu.au ;) :) :P

Hrrrrm BSD or GPL... decisions decisions decisions...

Anyway no more mention of this till I actualy have code to show people :)

daniel

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