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    Talking Humans On Launchpad?

    Ok, I would have to say that humans have more bugs (and i dont mean viruses, etc...) than any other piece of software out there combined, so...

    Why Don't We Have Our Own Launchpad Entry?

    Also, humans have a sequence-able genome, which is technically code.


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    Re: Humans On Launchpad?

    may i ask who tagged this thread "fail" and "epicfail"?

    that sort of hurt

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    Re: Humans On Launchpad?

    there was some project on launchpad about this already. cant find it now though

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    Re: Humans On Launchpad?

    I guess we should, but the sourcecode is really quite large, and I'm not sure if the language it's made in is OSS or not (I hear they're working on reverse-engineering the code).
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    Re: Humans On Launchpad?

    I registered myself as an open source project on Launchpad as a joke, and even filed bugs against myself, until LP admins terminated the project because it's not open-source


    I guess I can't license my genome under the GPL. Seriously, I don't mind distributing my source. Call me.

    (lol... out of line, funny.... out of line, funny.... I can't decide. Rest of staff: your call)
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