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Just having a bit of fun :-)

I'm OK with any terminology you want to use to measure the level of
nerdiness of the users.


On 26/05/2020 17:02, Heiko Tietze wrote:
Always good to have bike-shedding questions in such a list ;-). First, we have to agree on such a 
survey including what exactly we want to learn and which questions we have to ask. The 
proficiency self-estimation is just a way to split answers into more or less experienced people. 
So back to Stallman/Thorvalds/Musk/Trump, the better option is maybe "I'm a professional system 
administrator" (whatever we put there, it's clear that this is the maximum option).

On 26.05.20 16:52, Paolo Vecchi wrote:
On 26/05/2020 16:09, Brett Cornwall wrote:
On May 26, 2020 6:10:44 AM PDT, Paolo Vecchi <> wrote:
4 I think lately Richard Stallman has been involved in controversial
stuff. Maybe it's safer to use Linus Torvalds to avoid comments?
Further, Stallman is actually not very technically proficient these days and makes for a poor 
example of a 'God-tier' hacker.
:D True.

So shall we settle for Linus Torvalds or there are other suggestions?


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