Humor What if the Church was an opensource software project? by Jeffrey Miller July 31, 2007 written by Jeffrey Miller July 31, 2007 Here is a very funny post by a seminarian in St. Louis, Nicklaus Winker, imagining a conversations with a project leader of SSPX AB_Lefebvre. Jester Hat Tip: Quid est Veritas I am going to have to steal the idea at some point and apply it towards progressives. 5 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Companion of Jesus next post Summa on the Summa You may also like Predictions January 5, 2010 Soda Pope February 1, 2008 CBS's Handwriting Analyst Revealed September 10, 2004 Army gives Bishop the finger August 28, 2006 Headline News December 29, 2007 Jesus Fluid Flow Lamp™ June 22, 2010 Misheard hymns June 9, 2007 Seminarians in the Third Millennium October 4, 2007 Clowning around May 8, 2005 Gnostic Travel Agency September 11, 2004 5 comments James Garrison July 31, 2007 - 3:11 pm This is one of the greatest things I’ve read in a long while. That I find it so great is indicative of how much of a nerd I really am. Still, it’s great. Reply nickwinker July 31, 2007 - 5:01 pm The inspiration was the banners at the bottom of this page: http://www.angeluspress.org/ The SSPX publisher is running their web server on Slackware. Reply Peter Brown July 31, 2007 - 8:56 pm That is HILARIOUS! (Of course, I’ve spent the last two days wrestling with Samba myself :-).) Peace, –Peter Reply Tony August 1, 2007 - 3:17 pm I am going to have to steal the idea at some point and apply it towards progressives. It is already applied to progressives in that one. 😉 The branch forked around 500 years ago into multiple independent projects. About 33,000 of them last count. None of whom are following the GNU copyleft license and giving credit to the original authors in their source code or documentation. Reply Lynne August 5, 2007 - 1:05 pm Even though I’m a dinosaur (i.e. I work on a mainframe), I got most of that. Brilliant! Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.