Laugh along with GNU
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This is a web page designed to provide some laughs to the working hackers.
It contains software, documentation, music, poems, etc.
submitted by GNU users and collected by GNU contributers over the years.
Many of the graphics in the
GNU Art Gallery
also have humorous twists.
Here are some
that could be added here.
Humor submissions are welcome and encouraged. Please read
Humor Submission Guidelines for
details about submitting content for the humor section.
Please send us,
your ideas for more laughs to be added to this page and this web site!
Much of the material on this page (and linked to from it) was obtained
from the FSF's
of the GNU Project.
The Free Software Foundation claims no copyrights on these.
And we'll end this page with a perfect
Our policy for the humor page is that we will include something if
all of these are true:
The humor does not have to be computer-related.
- It should be funny.
- It has no copyright problems.
- It is not libelous.
- It won't offend most ordinary hackers more than
is reasonable in humor.
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$Date: 2005/06/04 19:15:20 $ $Author: pbrunier $