Shlomi Fish  committed f31fb48

Add another fortune.

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File t2/humour/fortunes/fortunes-shlomif-ids-data.yaml

       date: 2011-04-03T22:26:50Z
       date: 2009-12-14T16:42:47Z
+    sharp-perl-resolved-wont-fix: 
+      date: 2012-11-23T08:26:10Z
       date: 2009-12-14T16:42:47Z

File t2/humour/fortunes/sharp-perl.xml

+    <fortune id="sharp-perl-resolved-wont-fix">
+        <meta>
+            <title>RESOLVED / WONT_FIX</title>
+        </meta>
+        <irc>
+            <body>
+<saying who="sawyer_">LeoNerd, i&#39;ve decided to send the module author a request for comment on this, saying i cannot write my tests because i cannot override the port his client software uses</saying>
+<saying who="sawyer_">perhaps he&#39;ll allow the user to override the port used</saying>
+<me_is who="LeoNerd">nod</me_is>
+<saying who="LeoNerd">Sounds good</saying>
+<saying who="sawyer_">considering the author though... i&#39;m wary of the reply :P</saying>
+<me_is who="sawyer_">mutters ifyouknowwhatimean</me_is>
+<saying who="rindolf">sawyer_: RESOLVED / WONT_FIX / FUCK_YOU ... story of my life.</saying>
+<saying who="sawyer_">hahahahaha</saying>
+<saying who="LeoNerd">RESOLVED / NOT_GONNA_DONT_WANNA</saying>
+<saying who="sawyer_">i once closed a ticket at $work accompanied with a yell over my office that said &quot;and if you open that fucker again, i&#39;m breaking a chair over your fucking face&quot;</saying>
+<saying who="sawyer_">but... that&#39;s just me :)</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">sawyer_: well, I once declined a patch on for HTML-Widgets-NavMenu, because it: 1. Broke some existing tests. 2. Was doable with some extra work.</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">sawyer_: hah.</saying>
+<saying who="sawyer_">rindolf, what pissed me off was that he kept reopening a ticket for something that wasn&#39;t configured correctly. the problem was, i still haven&#39;t received the request to configure it in the first place.</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">I hate those tickets that get closed before it was released as a stable release.</saying>
+<saying who="sawyer_">it&#39;s taking TDD way too far :)</saying>
+<saying who="rindolf">sawyer_: ah.</saying>
+<saying who="sawyer_">it was like &quot;there&#39;s a bug.&quot; - &quot;what&#39;s the bug?&quot; - &quot;that site is not up&quot; - &quot;it&#39;s not supposed to be up&quot; - &quot;yes, it is&quot; - &quot;no, it isn&#39;t. when they ask to bring it up, i&#39;ll bring it up&quot; - &quot;but it&#39;s not up&quot; - &quot;IT&#39;S NOT SUPPOSED TO FUCKING BE UP SHUT THE FUCK UP ALREADY&quot;</saying>
+            </body>
+            <info>
+                <channel>#perl</channel>
+                <network>Freenode</network>
+            </info>
+        </irc>
+    </fortune>

File t2/humour/human-hacking/conclusions/index.html.wml

 I’ve a met a teenage Linux enthusiast, who is living in Los Angeles and
 currently studying in university. I referred him to my story and he said:
-<q>Nice story you wrote…Is it true?</q> After I told him it was fiction and
-imaginary, he said <q>[It] seems real.</q>. Later on he told me that the story
-shows that we know a lot about American culture there.
+<q>Nice story you wrote…Is it true?</q> After I told him it was fictional
+and imaginary, he said <q>[It] seems real.</q>. Later on he told me that the
+story shows that we know a lot about American culture there.
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