From #ruby-lang


<dt>headhunter </dt>

<dd>“it looks hackish. thy code shall have no constants other than 0 or 1\. ”</dd>


<dd>“0, 1, e, the population of earth, c, or h.”</dd>


<dd>“headhunter, I think that's a silly rule, why is the biggest possible integer value better than the actual number you need?”</dd>


<dd>“Aria: what about epsilon_0 and mu_0? and G!”</dd>


<dd>“h pwns G any day.”</dd>


<dd> “Aria: surely you can't derive G from h”</dd>


<dd>“I wish I could. But then, I'd be hanging out in #nobel, rather than in #ruby-lang if that were the case.”</dd>


For polyergic, libpoet, an implementation of “Active Objects”, where each object gets its own thread.

cdcarter explains well some tricks for marshalling Ruby objects.

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