Didier Verna <verna(a)inf.enst.fr> writes:
SL Baur <steve(a)xemacs.org> writes:
> If say Andy Piper becomes the next XEmacs maintainer, it is his prerogative
> to use British English and I would support it.
Congrats Andy ;-).
A second, do I hear a second? :-) :-) :-)
Dr. Andrew Piper, Come On Down! You're our next winner! Johnny, tell
Andrew about all the prizes he has won ...
Well Andrew, you're going to be kept plenty busy in the next coming
months because you're the proud new owner of one quarter of a million
lines of source XEmacs code! This prize is worth at least US$2
Million to rewrite from scratch!!!!
But that's not all ... You also will be taking home with you,
almost a million lines of Emacs Lisp source code written by some of
the best minds on the planet!!!!!
Dr. Andrew Piper, you're a winner!
After a break from our sponsors we'll be back to interview our winner ...
... Applause ...
Hmmm. I guess better go home and get some sleep, eh?
 Pan from the stage to the studio audience where Andy is seen
hesitatingly making his way down to the front.
 Envision oohs and ahs from the crowd.
 <Serious>That's the best estimate I've been able to cost out when
I've considered the problem.</Serious>
 Envision enthusiastic applause from the audience.
 Envision a breathless pause from the studio audience ...
 The audience breaks out into wild applause ...