@epilys > XBill is an arcade game from 1994 in which the player has to prevent an evil computer hacker named “Bill” from installing a popular operating system on various machines. The OS can spread over networks and purges existing systems (BSD, Solaris, SGI IRIX, …). A contemporary modification of the game is known as XLennart.


@epicmorphism Was this before/after pulseaudio? before/after systemd? What else has Lennart done to hurt people /s

@epilys I really don't think XLennart is funny (or xbill for that matter). Also, since when is xterm an obscure X11 tool?

@lexi I don't find it funny either, but I suppose it's funny for some people. Wrt xterm, it isn't but it really should be :D "Abandon All Hope, Ye Who Enter Here" salsa.debian.org/xorg-team/app

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