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holli says that a wildesel is a wild donkey. 'Fraid my pseu is not so colorful.

Wilde is my familial, 'will-dee', from old German pronounced 'vildeh', or 'of the wilderness'. My family roots are from the old North Woods of Germany until 1838.

I work at Sandia National Labs in the US of A, which is why the extension.

and unshift 'd' for my first name, Don.

UPDATE: {tnx 4 tickle, g0n!}

Changed to 'samizdat' with meaning as linked to on home page, inasmuch as I no longer work at the Labs. Now working quite happily on a redundant embedded Linux PowerPC that manages a big blade chassis for a major computer company in Round Rock, TX.

In reply to Re: Name Space by samizdat
in thread Name Space by George_Sherston

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