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Junio C Hamano (Gitster)
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WTH is "GIT by github 2.10.2.1"?

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Got a flu shot today. Have you?

I wondered if I can ask and choose what kind I can get, but it turns out that I am not yet old enough to get the high-dose one, and nasal spray is not to be used this season. I just got a plain-vanilla quadrivalent injection.

Citing http://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2016/s0622-laiv-flu.html (which is an old news) """In late May, preliminary data on the effectiveness of LAIV among children 2 years through 17 years during 2015-2016 season became available from the U.S. Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness Network. That data showed the estimate for LAIV VE among study participants in that age group against any flu virus was 3 percent (with a 95 percent Confidence Interval (CI) of -49 percent to 37 percent). This 3 percent estimate means no protective benefit could be measured. In comparison, IIV (flu shots) had a VE estimate of 63 percent (with a 95 percent CI of 52 percent to 72 percent) against any flu virus among children 2 years through 17 years."""



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ねこあつめ、全部終わっちゃって、人生の目標を失ってしまったよ。ははは。
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Interesting. If asciidoc is a dead-end for the kernel folks, we might be also better off migrating to RST in the Git land.
+Jonathan Corbet recommends sphinx here: http://marc.info/?l=linux-kernel&m=145540040708557&w=2.
I have been very pleased with what I have seen so far done in sphinx - and using some kind of markdown is much better than any XML stuff.

I had a patch once that converted some of the kbuild documentation to asciidoc - but the unstability of the tool back then made this a not so good choice.
I look forward to see where this initiative ends.

Browsing http://static.lwn.net/kerneldoc/ does not scare me away but some people are quite religous (any not very constructive) when it comes to tool dependencies - even for stuff like documentation.


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