GNU Terry Pratchett

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To remember a great man, his fans came up with a way to seed his memory in the internet in the same way that the fallen operators of his “Clacks” system in the Discworld books were remembered – through the use of a never logged code that flew through the system unnoticed.

In the modern version of the clacks (the internet), this has been achieved through cunning use of response headers on websites and emails. I can’t add the header to my emails yet, but every website I manage (outside of my day job) now has the header secretly being passed along unnoticed by anyone except the people looking for it with keen eyes (and cunning browser extensions).

Yoda

Yoda has been involved in LRP since 2004 when he started playing Lorien Trust. He's steadily grown more involved with the behind-the-scenes aspects of the hobby since. In 2008 when he started running his first live action games as part of the Camarilla UK (now Isles of Darkness), and since 2012 he has been running events as part of Conflict Resolution LARP Ltd including the No Rest for the Wicked LRP campaign.

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Yoda has been involved in LRP since 2004 when he started playing Lorien Trust. He's steadily grown more involved with the behind-the-scenes aspects of the hobby since. In 2008 when he started running his first live action games as part of the Camarilla UK (now Isles of Darkness), and since 2012 he has been running events as part of Conflict Resolution LARP Ltd including the No Rest for the Wicked LRP campaign.

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