Some of these I came up with for the Linux Users Group at Georgia Tech
but many apply to coding in general:
- I prefer sleeping...
- During the Night
- During the Day
- When I'm Tired
- Sleep is Unintentional Downtime
- Favorite Unix Holy War (by Buddy Smith)
- Pine vs. Elm
- Emacs vs. Vim
- Gnome vs. KDE
- GUI vs. Console
- Lihnucks vs. Lynucks
- Worst command to run as root
- rm -rf /
- killall -9 init
- dd if=/dev/urandom of=/dev/hda
- make install
- Number of different OS's I've run Perl on
- My brain has a built-in 5.6.0 compiler.
- Best way to get a bug fixed.
- File a bug report.
- Whine, whine, whine.
- Kill the coder (they're replaceable, right?).
- Ha><0R the bO><oR
- Make random noises.
- Redefine the Unix epoch.
- Troll Slashdot.
- Reinstall WindowsTM.
- What's the best way to untar tar.gz files? (by Lincoln Durey)
- tar xzvf
- tar -xzvf
- alias unpack="tar xzvf"
- zcat | tar xvf -
- rpm --install
It would be an interesting (if very highly unscientific) to
see what differences there are in the poll responses on
PerlMonks vs. on a LUG homepage...
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