[TUHS] 3330s, 3340s, Winchesters... (was: /dev/drum)

Dave Horsfall dave at horsfall.org
Fri Apr 27 15:15:21 AEST 2018

On Wed, 25 Apr 2018, Steffen Nurpmeso wrote:

> |To be fair, Wikipedia is relatively accurate.  And if you find 
> |something wrong in it and don't fix it, you have only yourself to 
> |blame.
> It is not that easy.  For example there are people which "sit"
> there for a long time.  Not all of them are good.  [...]

Wikipedia simply cannot be trusted (as if it ever could).

You will get some imbecile who thinks that they "own" that topic, and when 
you challenge said moron because you happen to have personal information 
i.e. you were *there* at the time then the coward will simply block you.

Wikipedia is only as accurate as the last idiot who updated it.

Dave Horsfall BSc DTM (VK2KFU) -- FuglySoft -- Gosford IT -- Unix/C/Perl (AbW)
People who fail to / understand security / surely will suffer. (tks: RichardM)

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