[opensource-dev] Offlist replies + Posting Policies and Guidelines

Dzonatas Sol dzonatas at gmail.com
Sun Aug 8 17:35:43 PDT 2010


It is a bot, now.

The outcome of Project X was already known.

It was a matter of time who would become the first for the last.

Read the news today, they noticed a difference...

It was that... or another grain of sand, lost.



Henri Beauchamp wrote:
> All this non-sense looks and sounds furiously like the gibberish that some
> so called "A.I." bots produce...
> If I were you, guys, I'd just stop feeding the bot, lol !
> As for me, the bot's email is now part of my spam filter...
>
> On Sun, 08 Aug 2010 10:22:12 -0700, Dzonatas Sol wrote:
>
>   
>> Opensource, I understand what you mean, yet also take in account the 
>> angle of open source intelligence.
>>
>> It's almost exponential the amount of time people approach the same 
>> desired change to what has been made open source over and over. It's 
>> bankable.
>>
>> That's where I forced to schedule my time... it's no secret... It's open 
>> source!  There is a difference between open source and open source 
>> software. One is obviously the precursor to the other.
>>
>> Sounds object oriented?
>>
>> Let's see how this sounds...
>>
>> https://jira.secondlife.com/browse/SNOW-800
>> "Massively duplicated objects"
>>
>> Didn't there used to be have a main grid problem with something..  that 
>> was the purpose for lag... how does that feel?
>>
>> http://svn.secondlife.com/trac/linden/changeset/3614
>> "SNOW-800: Oops -- forgot to add sound_ids.cpp to SVN."
>>
>> Few universities decided to split up, and split up internally again. 
>> Those that teach a high degree of ag-biotech get hard lesson that you 
>> eventually find out they never expect anybody to complete.
>>
>> "Maybe you should go see a doctor about your problem..."
>>
>> That sounds like the answer... but I'm not thinking in sound. I admit, 
>> I'm visual... result?  Bankable.
>>
>> What did they try to do... create a problem and then tell you the answer.
>>
>> "Let's make 1.4 the new teen grid... and bank on goo!"
>>
>> Done did for you. I think some others already know this style started to 
>> bank on it.
>>
>> I know that just minimized their ability to speak about it, yet they 
>> still threaten like above because they expect nobody to get it.
>>
>> Duh! Sounds like BSD style now... they (as in BSD they) got it! It's 
>> obvious... can't be patented.
>>
>> We learn what patents will never expire!
>>
>> I try to tell people and every thread I've ever posted how this cause 
>> connects to that effect gets taken down. Finally, they learn not to do 
>> that and bank on it. I can't bank on like they do, so... I know some at 
>> LL understand at least this much.
>>
>> Some for me, some for you! "Freakibility!"
>>
>> This sounds backwords, yet?
>>
>> Just don't even think about being able to find a reason not to leave 
>> this in public:
>> Part of my Ag-Biotech explanations...   it's like we bank on the dead.
>> 6 feet under... eventually root of plants get there.
>> Learn the "leylines"...
>> They grow...
>> And grow...
>> And bloom...
>> And you know...
>>
>>
>> This is the critical part:   And they grow again
>>
>> I beat you like pizza!
>>
>> I like hummus!
>>
>> They told me not to say, yet I got a solution, and they (here... like 
>> heh... LL knows...) already have had the question.  "Bigger sphere?"
>>
>> I'm open minded to an answer...  it all relates to this open source, 
>> now. It's legit even before official vote. I've already started to 
>> map... years ahead... wish you were hear!
>>
>>
>> Opensource Obscure wrote:
>>     
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