[linux-elitists] Not in my job description

Seth David Schoen schoen@loyalty.org
Wed May 16 09:38:25 PDT 2001

Don Marti writes:

> begin  Rick Moen quotation of Wed, May 16, 2001 at 08:53:34AM -0700:
> > Yet another reason to have a personally-owned laptop machine, as Step
> > One -- on the way to finding a better job elsewhere.
> If they're that strict, they probably wouldn't let you bring it in.
> Don't a lot of programs, both free and proprietary, come with a macro
> capability/scripting language/development environment built in?
> Denying programming tools to anyone outside a certain department would
> deprive them of a lot of software.
> Speaking of macro languages, here's a "Towers of Hanoi" for vim:
> http://www.df.lth.se/~lft/vim/

Better ban troff, too:


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