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Re: [rekenaarterme] Afrikaans vir "luser"?

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  • KobusV
    ... Benti Ek sou sê dat dit iets soos lokale of plaaslike gebruiker moet wees. As jy dit dus, volgens my, wil afkort, sal dit of lgebruiker of pgebruiker
    Message 1 of 4 , Jun 6, 2008
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      Benti Czanik het geskryf:
      >
      > Wat is die Afrikaans vir luser?
      > Volgens http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lusers
      > <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lusers>
      > is dit
      >
      >
      >

      Benti

      Ek sou sê dat dit iets soos "lokale" of "plaaslike" gebruiker moet wees.

      As jy dit dus, volgens my, wil afkort, sal dit of lgebruiker of
      pgebruiker wees.

      Die storie uit WIKI laat my nogal dink aan die PEBCAC gebruiker.....

      Groete

      Kobus

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    • KobusV
      ... Skuus julle - dit moes eintlik PEBKAC gewees het.... Groete -- Kobus Venter CNE NCDA (+27) 833893155 (+27) 828246183 WEB Adres:
      Message 2 of 4 , Jun 6, 2008
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        KobusV het geskryf:
        >
        > Benti Czanik het geskryf:
        > >
        > > Wat is die Afrikaans vir luser?
        > > Volgens http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lusers
        > <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lusers>
        > > <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lusers
        > <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lusers>>
        > > is dit
        > >
        > >
        > >
        >
        > Benti
        >
        > Ek sou sê dat dit iets soos "lokale" of "plaaslike" gebruiker moet wees.
        >
        > As jy dit dus, volgens my, wil afkort, sal dit of lgebruiker of
        > pgebruiker wees.
        >
        > Die storie uit WIKI laat my nogal dink aan die PEBCAC gebruiker.....
        >
        > Groete
        >
        > Kobus
        >
        > --
        > Kobus Venter
        > CNE NCDA
        > (+27) 833893155
        > (+27) 828246183
        > WEB Adres:
        > http://www.elkobesighede.net <http://www.elkobesighede.net>
        >
        >
        Skuus julle - dit moes eintlik PEBKAC gewees het....

        Groete

        --
        Kobus Venter
        CNE NCDA
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      • Hvjunk
        User gebruiker Luser verbruiker (en net ons sysadmins sal verstaan ;) Maar dalk sal iets soos geloorder die gees van luser beter vas vang. Maw. n nuwe woord
        Message 3 of 4 , Jun 8, 2008
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          User gebruiker
          Luser verbruiker
          (en net ons sysadmins sal verstaan ;)
          Maar dalk sal iets soos geloorder die gees van luser beter vas vang.
          Maw. 'n nuwe woord uit twee ander woorde

          Sent from my iPod touch ;)


          On Jun 7, 2008, at 6:25, "Benti Czanik" <czanik@...> wrote:

          > Wat is die Afrikaans vir luser?
          > Volgens http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lusers
          > is dit
          > 'In Internet slang, a luser (sometimes expanded to local user; also
          > luzer or luzzer) is a painfully annoying, stupid, or irritating
          > computer user. It is a portmanteau of "loser" and "user" and is
          > usually pronounced as "loser". The word luser is often synonymous
          > with lamer. In hackish, the word luser takes on a broader meaning,
          > referring to any normal user (in other words not a guru), especially
          > one who is also a loser. This term can also signify the user as a
          > layman, as opposed to power user or administrator; for example, end
          > luser. This term is very popular with technical support staff who
          > have to deal with lusers as part of their job, often metaphorically
          > employing a LART (Luser Attitude Readjustment Tool, or "clue-by-
          > four").
          >
          > The Jargon File states that word was coined around 1975 at MIT. Under
          > ITS, when a user first walked up to a terminal at MIT and typed
          > control-Z to get the computer's attention, it printed out some status
          > information, including how many people were already using the
          > computer; it might print "14 users", for example. Someone thought it
          > would be a great joke to patch the system to print "14 losers"
          > instead. There ensued a great controversy, as some of the users
          > didn't particularly want to be called losers to their faces every
          > time they used the computer. For a while several hackers struggled
          > covertly, each changing the message behind the backs of the others;
          > any time a user logged into the computer it was even money whether it
          > would say "users" or "losers". Finally, someone tried the
          > compromise "lusers", and it stuck. Later one of the ITS machines
          > supported "luser" as a request-for-help command. ITS ceased to be
          > used mid-1990, except as a museum piece; the usage lives on, however,
          > and the term "luser" is often seen in program comments and on
          > Usenet. /lusers (which abbreviates "list users") is also a common IRC
          > command to get the number of users connected to a server or network.'
          >
          >
          >


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