[Nottingham] [Talk] *TODAY* Wednesday 02/03/2011 btrfs: A Better File System? Or a COW?

Brian Pickford brian at brianpickford.co.uk
Tue Mar 8 11:28:36 UTC 2011

Just as an aside .... there is no black as a colour ... in the automotive
industry the closest I've known is charcoal grey.

I sure this clears matters up no end :)



On 8 March 2011 10:52, ForkBombFluf <fluf at freeshell.org> wrote:

> On Mon, 7 Mar 2011, Dave wrote:
>  Date: Mon, 07 Mar 2011 22:24:36 +0000
>> From: Dave <daveluff at ntlworld.com>
>> Reply-To: Notts GNU/Linux Users Group <nottingham at mailman.lug.org.uk>
>> To: Notts GNU/Linux Users Group <nottingham at mailman.lug.org.uk>
>> Subject: Re: [Nottingham] [Talk] *TODAY* Wednesday 02/03/2011 btrfs: A
>> Better
>>    File System? Or a COW?
>> On 06/03/11 20:59, Martin wrote:
>>> Next social meet 16/03/2011 is at Roebucks and the Laguna Indian. I
>>>>> was considering a foodie tour of the world but came unstuck at the
>>>>> first jump from last month's USA... Do the Canadians have a 'national
>>>>> dish' other than pancakes or French cuisine?...
>>>> Definitely.  It's called poutine...
>>> What?! The "National Dish" of Canada is an example of 'fast food'?!...
>>> :-(
>> Considering that our national dish is widely considered to be fish and
>> chips, that could be construed as an example of the pot calling the kettle
>> black!
>> ;-)
>> Cheers - Dave
> Thanks, Dave, you took the words right out of my mouth.  Though we all know
> it can never be that simple with Martin.  He can't just leave it at calling
> the kettle black-- he undoubtedly has some sort of far-flung anecdotal
> justification for its "darkness relative to others" and will no doubt also
> write a small shell script to prove this by utilising input from attached
> CCDs that evaluate a kettle's relative reflective properties compared to a
> pot's (and will probably report his findings on a new scale of minutia that
> he's just purposely invented for the job).
> l8r,
> -Stef
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