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Re: The OpenLDAP mascot
As a vegetarian I much rather the bug than the shark.
I ditched the Roxen Web server because it was based on a language called
PIKE and had a correspondingly carnivorous mascot.
Furthermore, I have never found a shark in openldap!
Dale, Warren wrote:
In one of the current Australian P.C. magazines there is an article about
LDAP. OpenLDAP gets a very favourable mention. What caught my eye was this
comment in a section about LDAP advantages:
"Accompanied by a cool mascot. Ed Dapper the shark is just as cool as Tux
the Penguin, Chuck the Daemon and Blowie the Blowfish, and significantly
cooler then ... err, Windie the Window."
I went to the OpenLDAP home page and saw a friendly green bug.
Les canards et les pigeons,
les porcs et les agneaux
mettent leurs gouttes de sang
sous les multiplications;
et les terribles hurlements des vaches étripées
emplissent de douleur la vallée
où l'Hudson s'enivre d'huile.
Federico Garcia Lorca
Les Cahiers antispécistes ?
Boucherie non merci ?
Un petit creux ?