Ah, I've long wanted to see the Jargon file without seeing ESR's "additions", and here it is: http://www.dourish.com/goodies/jargon.html
@cwebber oh yeah i found that in december, it's great
@cwebber I love how ESR took something that originated from a group of Unix Haters on LispM and cheapened it so immensely into unixlore / linuxlore garbage. Oh wait no, I don’t. Also ESR is a schmuck.
@cwebber on the note of the REAL Jargon File, and LispM lore-
@tootboi Where is that running? If you say "in my house" I am gonna be super jealous
@cwebber in my house
@tootboi oh man, ok yes I am jealous
@cwebber I love that so many of these are common currency now, and many more are things I just do too, or do something similar (to my knowledge without borrowing from somewhere else, and I've never seen this before!)
@cwebber Hm, what got added? I devoured the 1991 book as a 13 year old, what additions did I absorb?
@mogwai_poet @cwebber nearly anything unix-y/c related was a deviation from the books cultural history as a mit labs artifact, at a time when unix vs lisp was the dichotomy of the moment
@nightpool @cwebber Ah, too bad! I was a C kid so I loved those parts.
@mogwai_poet @cwebber yeah true but in return you get many more gems like
@nightpool @cwebber Oh it also removed jargon? That sucks