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sigfile [2011/12/28 16:43]
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sigfile [2012/10/13 17:14]
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 short for: signature file short for: signature file
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 A short block of text at the end of a message identifying the sender and providing additional information about them. A short block of text at the end of a message identifying the sender and providing additional information about them.
  
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 <​code>"​Emacs is a fine operating system, but I still prefer UNIX." --Tom Christiansen</​code>​ <​code>"​Emacs is a fine operating system, but I still prefer UNIX." --Tom Christiansen</​code>​
-http://​www.mirrorservice.org/​sites/​ftp.uib.no/​pub/​[[vi]]/​comp.editors/​octal+http://​www.mirrorservice.org/​sites/​ftp.uib.no/​pub/​vi/​comp.editors/​octal
  
 <​code>>​ R : Tu vois ! <​code>>​ R : Tu vois !
 > > Q : Tu crois ?          ​ > > Q : Tu crois ?          ​
-> > > R : Ça casse l'​ordre chronologique de l'​échange.+> > > R : ça casse l'​ordre chronologique de l'​échange.
 > > > > Q : En quoi répondre au dessus est-il gênant ?</​code>​ > > > > Q : En quoi répondre au dessus est-il gênant ?</​code>​
  
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 En anglais: En anglais:
-<​code>​The ​world’s ​great environmental problems are: ignorance; greed; denial; tribalism; and short-termism. (Stephen Schneider)</​code>​+<​code>​The ​world'​s ​great environmental problems are: ignorance; greed; denial; tribalism; and short-termism. (Stephen Schneider)</​code>​
  
 <​code>"​Whenever someone thinks that they can replace SSL/SSH with something much better that they designed this morning over coffee, their computer speakers should generate some sort of penis-shaped sound wave and plunge it repeatedly into their skulls until they achieve enlightenment."​ <​code>"​Whenever someone thinks that they can replace SSL/SSH with something much better that they designed this morning over coffee, their computer speakers should generate some sort of penis-shaped sound wave and plunge it repeatedly into their skulls until they achieve enlightenment."​
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 <​code>​La publicité parle de ce qu'​elle ne vend pas et vend ce dont elle ne parle pas. (Jean-Pierre Voyer)</​code>​ <​code>​La publicité parle de ce qu'​elle ne vend pas et vend ce dont elle ne parle pas. (Jean-Pierre Voyer)</​code>​
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 +<​code>​Statistically,​ if we wear helmets for cycling, maybe we should wear
 +helmets when we climb ladders or get into a bath, because there are lots
 +more injuries during those activities. --Piet de Jong</​code>​
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