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    <list>
        <fortune id="svn-libsvn_wc">
            <meta>
                <title>A typical day on #svn, the Subversion channel</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="rindolf">sussman: I get a " " instead of "!"</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">!!</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">for the parent directory?</saying>
                    <me_is who="sussman">banishes libsvn_wc into the underworld</me_is>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-sussman-files-a-dup">
            <meta>
                <title>The Subversion developers acting like children on #svn</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="kfogel">heh</saying>
                    <saying who="kfogel">sussman just filed a dup, sussman just filed a dup, sussman just fi</saying>
                    <me_is who="epg">points and laughs at sussman</me_is>
                    <saying who="kfogel">everyone: point and laugh at sussman</saying>
                    <me_is who="kfogel">hears the raucous, hyena-like sound of #svn  laughing at sussman</me_is>
                    <me_is who="sussman">crumbles</me_is>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-writing-a-bk-replacement">
            <meta>
                <title>Writing a Bitkeeper Replacement</title>
            </meta>
            <quote>
                <body>

                    <p> Writing a BitKeeper replacement is probably easier at
                        this point than getting its license changed.  </p>

                    <p> Matt Mackall on OFTC.net #offtopic.  </p>

                    <p> P.S: Matt Mackall has eventually projected Mercurial,
                        which is a version control system,
                        and an alternative to BitKeeper.</p>

                </body>
                <info>
                    <author>Matt Mackal</author>
                </info>
            </quote>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-internal-ms-code">
            <meta>
                <title>Internal Microsoft Code</title>
            </meta>
            <quote>
                <body>
                    <p>
                        Sometimes I think Microsoft has more internal code than code
                        it sells to the outside.
                    </p>

                    <p>Shlomi Fish</p>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <author>Shlomi Fish</author>
                </info>
            </quote>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-contributing-member">
            <meta>
                <title>Subversion: Contributing Member</title>
            </meta>
            <quote>
                <body>
                    <p>
                        Great. Just Great. I wanted to remain a lazy leech, just using the
                        selfless work others have done on subversion for my own personal
                        advantage. The problem is, as soon as I read HACKING and learn how to
                        submit a patch and begin by contributing something as tiny as a FAQ fix,
                        I'll be hooked, and I'll start to become a contributing member of
                        society. Next, I'm afraid I'll want to tackle a bite-sized task and help
                        fix bugs and develop the product. (You guys are so sneaky!!)  :-)
                    </p>

                    <p>
                        (“Sorry, Honey. Can you take care of that? I have to submit another svn
                        patch…”)
                    </p>

                    <p>
                        Steve Dwire on the Subversion Development List
                    </p>

                </body>
                <info>
                    <author>Steve Dwire</author>
                    <work href="http://svn.haxx.se/dev/archive-2003-09/0077.shtml">Post to svn-dev</work>
                </info>
            </quote>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-what-happened-to-cmpilato">
            <meta>
                <title>What happened to Christopher Michael Pilato?</title>
            </meta>
            <quote>
                <body>
                    <p>What happened to Christopher Michael Pilato?<br />
                        Is he gone?<br />
                        Is he gone for good?<br />
                        Is he gone for better?<br />
                        Is he gone for best?<br />
                        Is he gone forever?<br />
                        Will he return?<br />
                        Who is Christopher Michael Pilato, anyway?<br />
                    </p>

                    <p>Shlomi Fish</p>

                </body>
                <info>
                    <author>Shlomi Fish</author>
                    <work>Adapted from an IRC Monologue</work>
                </info>
            </quote>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-bad-build-system-code">
            <meta>
                <title>Discussing the Subversion Build System in #svn.</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="rindolf">sussman: for the record, I think the build system is the ultimate  proof that python code can be as bad as Perl one.</saying>
                    <me_is who="clkao">giggles</me_is>
                    <saying who="jackr">hehe</saying>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">hopes he's not starting a flamewar</me_is>
                    <saying who="clkao">btw, freebsd svn port maintainer was complaining about unable to  do --with-swig specifying only perl or pythong bindings to build..</saying>
                    <me_is who="cmpilato">notes that the topic of this channel is Subversion.</me_is>
                    <saying who="clkao">(so he refused to include the option for building either bindings  in the port!)</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">I once saw a perl5 code written in perl4 style. Now that was hideous.</saying>
                    <saying who="fitz">complicated != bad</saying>
                    <saying who="fitz">"Building is complicated--that's why build systems are complicated." --kfogel </saying>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-python-vs-perl">
            <meta>
                <title>Python vs. Perl on #svn</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Is gstein the person to blame for the anti-Perl FUD on  http://viewcvs.sf.net/?</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">yes.</saying>
                    <saying who="cmpilato">likely. . . .</saying>
                    <saying who="ghudson">Subversion used to be this amazing nest of anti-perl people.   That's calmed down a bit... largely because Greg Stein has been  distracted. :)</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">I personally am a Perl guy who despises Python, but can still  tolerate the Subversion tests because they are actually shell  scripts in disguise.</saying>
                    <me_is who="jackr">thinks there are other Python-loving Perl haters around</me_is>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-faster-checkouts">
            <meta>
                <title>#svn - Faster Checkouts</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="sussman">wow.</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">so 0.33 is gonna have way faster checkouts/updates in both network layers.</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">that's fantastic.</saying>
                    <saying who="josander">how is this compared to http, svn-ssh and cvs: svn co floppy:// ? Have anyome measured this?</saying>
                    <saying who="ghudson">floppy://?</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">hehehe</saying>
                    <saying who="josander">yes, the floppy network. -:)</saying>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-rollin-rollin-rollin">
            <meta>
                <title>#svn while releasing svn 0.34</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="sussman">rollin rollin rollin</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">keep that tarball rollin</saying>
                    <saying who="plasmabal">o/~ roll roll roll the ball o/~</saying>
                    <saying who="plasmabal">o/~ gently down the stream o/~</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">roll the plasma ball?</saying>
                    <me_is who="plasmabal">roll~~~ #svn</me_is>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-kfogel-paranoid">
            <meta>
                <title>kfogel is Paranoid on #svn</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="kfogel">ghudson: there was a three hour difference, so people would have noticed the warnings</saying>
                    <saying who="kfogel">but yes, that's the only dfiference</saying>
                    <saying who="kfogel">i.e., you could theoretically test with the current test tarball</saying>
                    <saying who="ghudson">Yeah, not important for my purposes, is what I meant.</saying>
                    <me_is who="kfogel">is super paranoid and prefers testing of the real tarball, but has retained just enough sanity to know that this is paranoia...</me_is>
                    <saying who="kfogel">"Why, what could *possibly* go wrong?"</saying>
                    <me_is who="fitz">watches kfogel's hair spontaneously combust</me_is>
                    <saying who="kfogel">arrrrgh</saying>
                    <saying who="CIA">kfogel committed revision 7737: * CHANGES: Mention APR req upgrade for 0.33.</saying>
                    <me_is who="rooneg">wonders how kfogel will deal with having burning hair... </me_is>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-red-hat-9">
            <meta>
                <title>#svn - Red Hat 9</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="sussman">ghudson: what OS did you compile the tarball on?</saying>
                    <saying who="ghudson">Red Hat 9.</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">me too, hm.</saying>
                    <me_is who="sussman">wishes he were still using freebsd, for diversity's sake</me_is>
                    <me_is who="fitz">wishes sussman were a chocolate cake</me_is>
                    <saying who="fitz">mmmm... cake...</saying>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-commit-thuds">
            <meta>
                <title>#svn - Commit Thuds</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="rooneg">weird, mine and jack's come out way too fast with this  player...  but the others all work fine.</saying>
                    <saying who="rooneg">and after hearing them all, i have two thinigs to say:  first, it must be really amusing hearing that stuff randomly throughout the day in the office, and two, cmike spent far too long on his ;-)</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">rooneg: yours and jack's got corrupted</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">cmpilato goofed when converting from mp3 to ogg</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">he's gonna fix it, tho</saying>
                    <saying who="rooneg">cool</saying>
                    <me_is who="rooneg">considers filing a critical issue about the problem ;-)</me_is>
                    <saying who="sussman">heh</saying>
                    <saying who="rooneg">obviously this will block any 1.0 release</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">indeed.</saying>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-swedish-chef">
            <meta>
                <title>Swedish Chef on #svn</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="mbk">bork bork bork</saying>
                    <saying who="sabor">svn mv mbk "swedish chef"</saying>
                    <saying who="breser">ROFL</saying>
                    <saying who="mbk">svn revert</saying>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-petting">
            <meta>
                <title>Petting stuff on #svn</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="CIA">sussman committed revision 6517: A minimal C client app, for  demonstration purposes.  Now we can point</saying>
                    <me_is who="sussman">pets CIA again</me_is>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">pets sussman again</me_is>
                    <saying who="sussman">eep</saying>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-what-cia-watches">
            <meta>
                <title>What CIA Watches on #svn</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="kfogel">rindolf: CIA watches much more than just Subversion.  Google  on it (uh, include the word "commit" too I guess), the details  are quite interesting.</saying>
                    <saying who="fitz">it's currently watching kfogel's houseplants</saying>
                    <saying who="kfogel">rindolf: If you don't know Fitz, you'll probably assume he's  joking.</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">go into #commits</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">you can see all the CIA commits for different opensource  projects</saying>
                    <saying who="kfogel">...which is to say, all the commits.</saying>
                    <saying who="kfogel">muwah-ha-hah-hah-haaaaah</saying>
                    <me_is who="fitz">hides</me_is>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-whispering">
            <meta>
                <title>A typical day at #svn (the Subversion channel)</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">is compiling the Mozilla 1.6 RPM now</me_is>
                    <me_is who="dsp">whispers, "Firebird"</me_is>
                    <me_is who="sussman">whispers, "Galeon"</me_is>
                    <me_is who="theoddbot">whispers "Safari"</me_is>
                    <saying who="sussman">Ah, Linux.  Have it Your Way.</saying>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">wonders why so many people are whispering</me_is>
                    <saying who="sussman">shhhhh!</saying>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">shouts "Stop the whispering insanity!"</me_is>
                    <me_is who="theoddbot">whispers "Whats up with that rindolf guy ?"</me_is>
                    <me_is who="sussman">says, "when did we all get trapped in a MUD"?</me_is>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-huge-repository">
            <meta>
                <title>Huge Repository on #svn - the Subversion channel.</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="jackr">clkao: I have a 1.25Tb CVS repo that I'm afraid they'll ask me  to convert</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">fear!</saying>
                    <saying who="jackr">... and loathing!</saying>
                    <saying who="clkao">you must! since you're @collab</saying>
                    <saying who="clkao">heh</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">indeed.</saying>
                    <saying who="jackr">It would probably go into several SVN repos (there are no  boundaries inside CVS, so it's not necessarily 1::1).  But  individual pieces are often much bigger than 10.5g</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">fear, indeed.</saying>
                    <me_is who="sussman">covers his eyes, ears, and mouth.</me_is>
                    <saying who="sussman">"there's no problem here"</saying>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-stand-in-sussman">
            <meta>
                <title>A not-so-typical day at #svn.</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Hmmmppf... sussman is not here?</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">What is #svn without sussman?</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">It's like a cat without a mustache!</saying>
                    <saying who="dionisos">:-)</saying>
                    <saying who="fitz">heh</saying>
                    <saying who="dionisos">maybe we need a stand-in-sussman..!</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">dionisos: a sussman-bot</saying>
                    <saying who="dionisos">yea. working on *that* though...</saying>
                    <me_is who="dionisos">is now known as sussman-temp</me_is>
                    <joins who="sussman">has joined #svn</joins>
                    <me_is who="ChanServ"> gives channel operator status to sussman</me_is>
                    <saying who="rindolf">sussman-temp: oops! </saying>
                    <me_is who="sussman-temp"> is now known as dionisos</me_is>
                    <saying who="rindolf">hi sussman</saying>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-murder-and-mayhem">
            <meta>
                <title>Murder and Mayhem at #svn - The Subversion Channel.</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">feels a desire for mayhem and murder of the Subversion  developers</me_is>
                    <saying who="darix">rindolf: don't do this!  </saying>
                    <saying who="darix">we still need them</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">darix: heh heh right.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Of course, I am a Subversion developer, too.</saying>
                    <me_is who="darix">gives rindolf a sword</me_is>
                    <saying who="darix">do harakiri then ... that keeps us enough other devs ;p</saying>
                    <saying who="darix">and you killed at least one of them ;)</saying>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">feels a desire for mayhem and murder of darix</me_is>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">takes darix' sword and uses it to stab darix</me_is>
                    <saying who="DigiGuy">YAY!</saying>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-all-alone">
            <meta>
                <title>All alone on #svn - The Subversion Channel.</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Hi all</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">sussman: here?</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">kfogel: here?</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">fitz: here?</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Am I alone in the world?</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Have everyone abandoned me?</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Why doesn't anybody answer?</saying>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">starts to cry</me_is>
                    <saying who="sussman">here</saying>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">stops crying</me_is>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">hugs sussman</me_is>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">whispers to him "I'm so glad you're back"</me_is>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-if-only-you-were-arch">
            <meta>
                <title>"If only SVN were Arch" on #svn - The Subversion Channel.</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Oh! Subversion, Subversion! If only you were Arch!</saying>
                    <me_is who="sussman">hands svk to rindolf</me_is>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">whispers "Or BitKeeper!" and runs.</me_is>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-real-IDE">
            <meta>
                <title>"Real IDE" on #svn - The Subversion Channel.</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="sussman">you need to use gdb in a real IDE, like emacs, or ddd.</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">something that shows a pointer moving down your code.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">sussman: IDEs are for wimps... ;-)</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Seriously, sometimes invoking gdb is very quick and I'm  accustomed to it.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">ddd is quite on the heavy side.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">"Programming happens in the mind, not in the IDE"  --- Gil'ad Ben-Yossef</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">So does debugging.</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">sure.</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">why would you possibly want to see all your code at once?</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">it's much easier to see single lines printed out and try  to remember what the function looks like. :-)</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">ed, anyone? ;-)</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">"I wanna use ex and I wanna use vee (=vi). Ed is dead, ed is dead,  baby!"</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">"Ed is for people who can *remember* what they're working on."</saying>
                    <me_is who="jackr">remembers when he could remember what he was working on. Sometimes.</me_is>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-bot-playing">
            <meta>
                <title>Bot playing at #svn - the Subversion Channel.</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="sussman">ayita: learn ayita=ayita?</saying>
                    <saying who="ayita">I'll try to remember 'ayita?' about 'ayita'.</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">ayita?</saying>
                    <saying who="ayita">ayita?</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">no infinite loop, unfortunately.</saying>
                    <saying who="dionisos">lol :-)</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">subversion?</saying>
                    <saying who="ayita">subversion is a Next-Generation Open Source Version Control  System (with a space at the beginning)</saying>
                    <saying who="dionisos">sander tried her to get to leave when she first came in :-)</saying>
                    <saying who="dionisos">giving here some \n string</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">ayita: learn subversion=subversion is a Next-Generation Open  Source Version Control System</saying>
                    <saying who="ayita">rindolf: you're not authorised to tell me that.</saying>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">kills dionisos</me_is>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-info-bot">
            <meta>
                <title>"Write an Info-bot" on #svn - The Subversion Channel.</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="rindolf">What should I do now? Use printf's?</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Talking about retro.</saying>
                    <saying who="dionisos">no. write an info-bot.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">a gdb info-bot?</saying>
                    <saying who="dionisos">sure.</saying>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-physical-violence">
            <meta>
                <title>Physical violence at #svn - The Subversion Channel.</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="rindolf">How can I best install Subversion on a Debian Stable system?</saying>
                    <saying who="breser">rindolf: Presumably with apt.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">breser: subversion is not present in Debian Stable, and  installing it from testing or unstable may require upgrading  half if not more of the system.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">And I know what apt is.</saying>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">kicks breser so he won't give obvious but useless  answers like Microsoft support persons.</me_is>
                    <me_is who="breser">kicks rindolf so he won't ask vague questions that  result in obvious but useless responses when he already  knows the obvious but usless response is the obvious  response to give.</me_is>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">kicks breser for no reason at all.</me_is>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-looking-for-sussman">
            <meta>
                <title>Looking for sussman, at #svn, the Subversion Channel.</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="rindolf">sussman's been idle for 15 minutes.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">And I need to talk to him.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">sussman, oh sussman! Where art thou, sussman?</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Or is it "wherefore"?</saying>
                    <saying who="arild_f">The shakespearian version is "wherefore", IIRC</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Where have all the sussmans gone? (Long time passing)</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Where have all the sussmans gone? (Long time ago)</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Where have all the sussmans gone? They've been idle, everyone.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">When will they ever learn?</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">When will they ever learn?</saying>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-men-adopting-wife-maiden-name">
            <meta>
                <title>Discussing the beauties of men adopting their wife's maiden name on on #svn - The sussman^W Subversion channel.</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="rindolf">sussman: people mock your name (= Ben Collins-Sussman) here:  http://tinyurl.com/5vl69</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">sussman: and it's the only comments I got regarding the interview  except for kfogel's</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">rindolf: I replied.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">sussman: reloading</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">sussman: 220$ for a last name change? Holy virgin mother of god!</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">why?</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">sussman: but if you were Ben Collins, people would have confused you  with BenC. And no-one will understand who "sussman" is.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">sussman: $220 is a lot of money, especially in Israel.</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">Horrible sexist discrimination, really.   I had to pay $400 and  swear in front of a judge, to get my name changed.</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">My wife had to do nothing.  She just showed her marriage license,  and instantly got a new ID.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">sussman: another fortune cookie coming right up. </saying>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-finding-nemo">
            <meta>
                <title>#svn's tribute to "Finding Nemo"</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="darix">oooooooooooooooooooooh noooooooooooooo</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">darix: what's wrong?</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">What's wrooooooooooooooooooooooooooong</saying>
                    <saying who="darix">rindolf: sussman is gone.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">I can speak whale.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Caaaaaaaaaan yoooooooouuuuuuu speaaaaaaaakkkkkkkk  whaaaaaaaaaaaale?</saying>
                    <saying who="edmund">ha ha</saying>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-baby-talk">
            <meta>
                <title>Baby talk at FreeNode's #svn, the Subversion Channel.</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="rindolf">sussman: have your wife and you decided what your newborn is going  to be called?</saying>
                    <saying who="DannyB">"Baby Sussman"</saying>
                    <saying who="PerlJam">Sussbaby</saying>
                    <saying who="DannyB">Sussman 2.0</saying>
                    <saying who="PerlJam">minisuss</saying>
                    <saying who="DannyB">Suss SFF</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">5|_|55m/-\n</saying>
                    <saying who="DannyB">Sussman baby edition</saying>
                    <saying who="Rytmis_">Ben Mini?</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Will he have a last name of Collins-Sussman as well, or just  Sussman?</saying>
                    <saying who="PerlJam">rindolf: he may have a completely different last name!  Why limit  the selection so?  ;)</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">heh</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">no names yet</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">yes, twill be collins-sussman</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Collman or Susslis.</saying>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-pebkac">
            <meta>
                <title>PEBKAC - Freenode #svn - The Subversion channel.</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Success!!!</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">I discovered another copy-and-paste-bug and now everything is working. In Perl.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">Problem between the keyboard and the chair.</saying>
                    <saying who="Rytmis">The most common sort</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">_My_ keyboard and chair.</saying>
                    <saying who="Rytmis">I stand by my statement *grin*</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">That's the problem with starting from a code that does things differently, and does more.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">It's a good thing I wrote this test case.</saying>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-who-killed-ayita">
            <meta>
                <title>"Who killed ayita?" on Freenode #svn, The Subversion Channel.</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="rindolf">ayita: kfogel interview is http://developers.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=05/07/27/1555228</saying>
                    <saying who="ayita">Thanks!</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">ayita: good girl.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">ayita: kfogel interview?</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">ayita: kfogel interview?</saying>
                    <me_is who="Dave`">smells ayita timing out</me_is>
                    <saying who="darix">ayita: index kfogel.*</saying>
                    <saying who="darix">you killed her it seems</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">darix: LOL</saying>
                    <saying who="davidjames">It's not nice to hurt people</saying>
                    <saying who="Dave`">Oh my god, they killed ayita!</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">hiiiiiiiiiidey ho!</saying>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">quickly finds someone else to blame.</me_is>
                    <saying who="rindolf">a scape-goat!</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">sussman: you'll be the ideal scape-goat for the murder of ayita.</saying>
                    <saying who="sussman">I think you'de be good at the 'werewolf' game</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">"You know it would be the easiest thing to blame it on Nanny."</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">"Let's do it then."</saying>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-quest-for-holy-grail">
            <meta>
                <title>Freenode #svn's Quest for the Holy Grail</title>
            </meta>
            <irc>
                <body>
                    <saying who="rindolf">sussman: don't say the BK-word...</saying>
                    <saying who="clkao">dude, no one mentioned bk until you did</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">clkao: &lt;sussman&gt; just like most of the decentralized SCMs, like arch, bitkeeper, etc.</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">"We are the knights who say "BitKeeper"."</saying>
                    <saying who="danderson">"We are NO LONGER the knights who say "BitKeeper". We are the knights who say "git git git cogito Linus!".</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">danderson: "Subversion!". "Bleh, that's one word that the knights who say "git git git cogito Linus!" cannot hear."</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">"What is your name?" "What is your quest?" "What is the  asymptotic complexity of the Subversion delta algorithm."</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">"Which one? vdelta or xdelta?"</saying>
                    <saying who="danderson">what do you mean, xdelta or vdelta?</saying>
                    <saying who="rindolf">"I don't know!"</saying>
                    <me_is who="rindolf">falls into the chasm</me_is>
                    <saying who="danderson">"How come you know so much about delta algorithms? - Well, you have to know these things when you're a commiter."</saying>
                </body>
                <info>
                    <channel>#svn</channel>
                    <network>Freenode</network>
                </info>
            </irc>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-versioning-3d-objects">
            <meta>
                <title>Versioning 3-D Objects</title>
            </meta>
            <quote>
                <body>
                    <p>Hi, </p>

                    <p> a friend of mine runs a small restaurant and wants to
                        professionalize his IT. Our idea was to store
                        everything in subversion (we use Debian with svn 1.3).
                        We had absolutely no problems with the 2D objects,
                        converting recipes to ASCII and storing them was
                        peanuts. However the 3D objects are giving us a
                        headache - the forks and knifes are stuck in the
                        keyboard, we even destroyed a floppy drive trying to
                        read an apple.  </p>

                    <p> Any ideas how we can still use SVN to store everything?
                    </p>

                    <p> Konrad Rosenbaum on the Subversion Users' mailing
                        list<br />
                        http://svn.haxx.se/users/archive-2006-04/0008.shtml<br
                            /> 1 April 2006 </p>

                </body>
                <info>
                    <author>Konrad Rosenbaum</author>
                    <work href="http://svn.haxx.se/users/archive-2006-04/0008.shtml">Post to svn-users on 1 April 2006</work>
                </info>
            </quote>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-slashdot-comment-about-svn-vs-git">
            <meta>
                <title>Slashdot Comment about Subversion vs. Git</title>
            </meta>
            <quote>
                <body>

                    <p> Linus isn't saying that CVS and Subversion have fixable
                        bugs or missing features. It's not about the code.
                    </p>

                    <p> He is saying that they solve the wrong problem. The
                        Subversion team wants to solve Problem A, and Linus
                        wants to solve Problem B. No amount of code will turn
                        the solution to Problem A into a solution for Problem
                        B. Bothering the Subversion team with code addressing
                        Problem B will only irritate them, since they're
                        working on Problem A.  </p>

                    <p> The right way to handle differing goals is to start a
                        different project. That's what he did.  </p>

                    <p> Don't be confused by the labels. Source Code Management
                        means different things to different people, and there
                        isn't always much overlap in how each person defines
                        it. Ships and airplanes are both 'vehicles', but that
                        doesn't mean that a few changes will turn one to the
                        other.  </p>

                </body>
                <info>
                    <author>zzatz</author>
                    <work href="http://developers.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=237163&amp;cid=19367821">Slashdot Comment</work>
                </info>
            </quote>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-linus-and-keywords-subst">
            <meta>
                <title>Subversion: Linus and Keywords Substitution</title>
            </meta>
            <quote>
                <body>

                    <blockquote>
                        <p>
                            Regarding keyword substituion: It turns out that Linus thinks it's a<br />
                            horrible idea: http://kerneltrap.org/mailarchive/git/2006/10/9/223932<br />
                        </p>
                    </blockquote>
                    <p>
                        His argument is that it may destroy binary files.
                    </p>

                    <p> This is bogus since keyword-substitution is *off* by
                        default.  It will occur only for files that were
                        explicitly marked for substitution. For example in
                        subversion: </p>

                    <p> svn propset svn:keywords "Id Author Revision" *.h *.c
                    </p>

                    <p> As a substitute (pun intended) for the lack in this
                        feature he gives a hand crafted, build system
                        dependent, manual (i.e: error prone) method.  </p>

                    <p> What a lame excuse.  </p>

                </body>
                <info>
                    <author>Oron Peled</author>
                    <work href="http://hamakor.org.il/pipermail/haifux/2008-February/000164.html">Post to the Haifa Linux Club mailing list</work>
                </info>
            </quote>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-dazjorz-on-bzr">
            <meta>
                <title>Dazjorz on bzr</title>
            </meta>
            <quote>
                <body>

                    <p> bzr is slower than Subversion in combination with
                        Sourceforge.  </p>

                    <p> <a href="http://dazjorz.com/">Dazjorz</a>
                        (17-September-2009) </p>

                </body>
                <info>
                    <author>Dazjorz</author>
                    <work>Chat with Shlomi Fish</work>
                </info>
            </quote>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-sussman-on-git-1">
            <meta>
                <title>sussman on git #1</title>
            </meta>
            <quote>
                <body>

                    <p> Computer Scientists love git, not just because it comes
                        first alphabetically, but because it's stupid. Everyone
                        else loves git because it's GIT!  </p>

                    <p> "Git is the stupid content tracker." </p>

                    <p> And git doesn't waste space on my Newton MessagePad.
                        Just look: </p>

                    <p> -rwxr-xr-x 1 root 24 Oct 29 2009 /bin/git<br />
                        -rwxr-xr-t 4 root 1310720 Jan 1 2005 /usr/bin/hg<br />
                        -rwxr-xr-x 1 root 5.89824e37 Oct 22 2001
                        /usr/local/subversion/bin/svn<br /> </p>

                    <p> Of course, on the system *I* administrate, hg is
                        symlinked to git.  svn has been replaced by a shell
                        script which 1) Generates a syslog message at level
                        LOG_EMERG; 2) reduces the user's disk quota by 10GB;
                        and 3) RUNS GIT!!!!!!  </p>

                    <p> "Git is the stupid content tracker." </p>

                </body>
                <info>
                    <author>Ben Collins-Sussman</author>
                    <work href="http://blog.red-bean.com/sussman/?p=226">Git, man! man git</work>
                </info>
            </quote>
        </fortune>
        <fortune id="svn-sussman-on-git-2">
            <meta>
                <title>sussman on git #2</title>
            </meta>
            <quote>
                <body>

                    <p> "Git is the stupid content tracker." </p>

                    <p> Git, the greatest WYGIWYG revision control system of
                        all.  </p>

                    <p> GIT IS THE TRUE PATH TO NIRVANA! GIT HAS BEEN THE
                        CHOICE OF EDUCATED AND IGNORANT ALIKE FOR CENTURIES!
                        GIT WILL NOT CORRUPT YOUR PRECIOUS BODILY FLUIDS!! GIT
                        IS THE STUPID CONTENT TRACKER! GIT MAKES THE SUN SHINE
                        AND THE BIRDS SING AND THE GRASS GREEN!! GIT WAS HANDED
                        DOWN TO US FROM LINUS UPON THE MOUNTAIN, AND LINUX
                        USERS SHALL NOT WORSHIP ANY OTHER TRACKER!  </p>

                    <p> When I use a version control system, I don't want eight
                        extra MEGABYTES of worthless HTTP protocol support. I
                        just want to GIT on with my coding! I don't want to
                        subvert away or mercurialize!  Those aren't even
                        WORDS!!! GIT! GIT! GIT IS THE STUPID!!!  </p>

                    <p> CONTENT TRACKER.  </p>

                    <p> When Linus, in his ever-present omnipotence, needed to
                        base his patch juggling habits on existing tools, did
                        he mimic svn? No. Hg? Surely you jest. He created the
                        most karmic version tracker of all. The stupid one.
                    </p>

                    <p> Git is for those who can *remember* what project they
                        are working on.  If you are an idiot, you should use
                        subversion. If you are subversive, you should not be
                        mercurial. If you use GIT, you are on THE PATH TO
                        REDEMPTION. THE SO-CALLED "FRIENDLY" SCM SYSTEMS HAVE
                        BEEN PLACED HERE BY GIT TO TEMPT THE FAITHLESS. DO NOT
                        GIVE IN!!! THE MIGHTY LINUS HAS SPOKEN!!!  </p>

                </body>
                <info>
                    <author>Ben Collins-Sussman</author>
                    <work href="http://blog.red-bean.com/sussman/?p=226">Git, man! man git</work>
                </info>
            </quote>
        </fortune>
    </list>
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