| ||Nick||Number of lines||When?||Random quote
||doug16k||1119||"I linked a page that explains it"
||geist||518||"i do wonder what would have happened if IBM had picked 68k"
||zid||500||"I just remembered, 486 chips had socketable external L2 cache"
||Bitweasil||260||"You can get the main stuff, but there are some weird corners."
||mrvn||221||"UARTs usualy have that mode."
||kingoffrance||218||"2 right in front of me, dont laugh :)"
||glauxosdever||212||"Freestanding doesn't have memset(). However, gcc requires it."
||yasar||209||"But I witnessed VSHub.exe getting huge after a while"
||graphitemaster||193||"yeah especially with if-init now in C++"
||clever||153||"how strapped for space was the old flash chips?"
||bcos||149||"(probably implementation defined, but..)"
||adu||121||"doug16k: have you ever disassembled arc binaries?"
||blackandblue||99||"geist: I used WSL shell for ssh and it sucks"
||Jari--||96||"bcos_ mean make the multitasking on virtualization techs"
||Serentty||83||"adu: Can the Windows registry store arbitrary COM objects?"
||bcos_||81||"Some of them might even be human!"
||klys||77||"the most important feature in a scheduler is to avoid deadlock"
||oddcoder||43||"as well as -nostdinc (the later was just redundancy)"
||johnjay||43||"like if i need the hex value of 2**25"
||nur||42||"then use the setGDT function to put actual values into it"
||Mutabah||41||"A basic MOSFET wouldn't work with AC"
||_mjg||40||"the hack is to have dedicated accessor funcs and then in case of a page fault check if the fault is triggered by these"
||alexander92||31||"a "filesystem" which only works with files in memory"
||medfly||31||"It's good to hear I don't need to be working on a purely from scratch hobbyist OS to ask questions :P"
|Is yasar stupid or just asking too many questions? 16.7% lines contained a question!
mrvn didn't know that much either. 16.2% of his/her lines were questions.
|The loudest one was Bitweasil, who yelled 4.6% of the time!
Another old yeller was bcos, who shouted 2.0% of the time!
|It seem that bcos's shift-key is hanging: 0.6% of the time he/she wrote UPPERCASE.|
For example, like this:
06:28:38 <bcos> WOOOT!
graphitemaster just forgot to deactivate his/her Caps-Lock. He/She wrote UPPERCASE 0.5% of the time.
|Nobody beat anyone up. Everybody was friendly.|
|yasar brings happiness to the world. 11.4% lines contained smiling faces. :)
kingoffrance isn't a sad person either, smiling 10.5% of the time.
|yasar seems to be sad at the moment: 4.3% lines contained sad faces. :(
kingoffrance is also a sad person, crying 3.6% of the time.
|kingoffrance wrote the longest lines, averaging 116.1 letters per line.|
#osdev average was 68.0 letters per line.
|adu wrote the shortest lines, averaging 41.7 characters per line.|
zid was tight-lipped, too, averaging 50.4 characters.
|doug16k spoke a total of 14508 words!
doug16k's faithful follower, geist, didn't speak so much: 7140 words.
|sahibatko wrote an average of 31.50 words per line.
Channel average was 12.46 words per line.
|Nice opers here, no one got kicked!|
|Strange, no op was given on #osdev!|
|Wow, no op was taken on #osdev!|
|geist always lets us know what he/she's doing: 12 actions!|
For example, like this:
00:44:21 * geist is slain
Also, bcos tells us what's up with 11 actions.
|doug16k is talking to him/herself a lot. He/She wrote over 5 lines in a row 44 times!
Another lonely one was geist, who managed to hit 5 times.
|_mjg has quite a potty mouth. 17.5% lines contained foul language.
ZombieChicken also makes sailors blush, 8.3% of the time.
Total number of lines: 5108.