On Mon, 12 Oct 1998, Gregory Maxwell wrote:
> On Mon, 12 Oct 1998, Tigran Aivazian wrote:
> > Hello guys,
> > I did a grep of the kernel for the "f-word" and to my surprize, found
> > plenty...
> > As English is not my first language I cannot insist with any degree of
> > certainty that this is not acceptable but, just in case, I attached the
> > list of files that someone more literate than me might want to
> > "spell-check".
> > My deepest and sincere apologies if this offends someone - my intention
> > is only improvement of Linux in any way, however minor it may seem :)
> > regards,
> > Tigran
> Please leave these in, they add a human aspect to the source. They arn't
> in any printk's so it's no big deal. I dont know of anyone who could code
> in C before they could curse.
> It's just a word. Leave it be..
> (Course I also think 'Thorvalds' should stay too)
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