Well, the Boy Scouts surely have the prior claim,
since they were founded on 8 February 1910;
2 years before in England ;-)
And OO/LO was founded nearly 100 years later ;-)
wow, I knew some of the original scouts -
and one of the original troops watched the Wright Brothers'
experiments in Ohio -
and many of those men considered the computer "a passing fad" ...
what would they say today, if they were still alive?
Well, there I go again ... off on another tangent ;-)
On Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 1:39 PM, Joel Madero <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Just in case you folks are unaware, BSA connotes "Boy Scouts of America"
to most people in the US.
ah, never thought of this ;) In our case it's Bug Submission Assistant -
maybe should have spelled it out :)
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