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RFC 3092 - Etymology of "Foo"

4/01/2004 @ 18:05 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : RFC 3092 - Etymology of "Foo" - RFC 3092 - Etymology of "Foo"

Les Orchard : RFC 3092 (rfc3092) - Etymology of "Foo" - RFC 3092 (rfc3092) - Etymology of "Foo"

Mark Pilgrim : etymology of foo - a stunning number of rfcs use it

Alex Dudas : Etymology of "Foo" - Approximately 212 RFCs so far, starting with RFC 269, contain the terms `foo', `bar', or `foobar' as metasyntactic variables without any proper explanation or...

jcgregorio : RFC 3092 (rfc3092) - Etymology of "Foo" - Of course there's an RFC for metasyntactic variables. Yes, it's an April 1st RFC, and yes it is still referenced from the wikipedia page on metasyntactic variables.

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8/12/2003 @ 17:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : monit

jcgregorio : monit - process control

nelson : monit: barking at daemons - System to keep daemons running smoothly

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