27 Jul 2000 mobius   » (Master)

It's always fun causing controversy...

Anyway, fixed the last known segfault in nodeos. One uninitialized pointer out of hundreds isn't too bad. Tried figuring out what @delete was doing. No luck yet.

Random thoughts:

  1. There seem to be a lot of Canadians on this list. I like it.
  2. It seems to be a common occurrence for people to lose their certification, when it doesn't look like much has changed. Is this because the people who certified them are no longer as trusted? Or is there a more complicated explanation?

It just struck me how much of an experiment this is. We're all volunteers in Advogato's(dammit, I keep typing Avogadro) petri dish. How much of what we say and do will contribute to future theories of group interaction, or network theory? How typical are we? Will this work on a larger scale?

I shouldn't try thinking early in the morning.

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