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Wannabe Steve
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I recenently found an old fragment of text on a floppy (yuk) and I would like to know if any of you geeks know about it and who has written it. My version is not complete...

GSS d- -p+(---) c++(++++) l++ u++ e+/* m++(*)@ s-/++ n-(---) h+(*) f+ g+
w++ t++ r++ y+(*)

------------------ The Code of the Geeks v1.0.1 --------------------------
---------------------- July 17, 1993 ------------------------------

So you think you are a geek, eh? The first step is to admit to yourself
your geekiness. No matter what anyone says, geeks are people too; geeks
have rights. So take a deep breath and announce to the world that you are a
geek. Your courage will give you strength that will last you forever.

How to tell the world you are a geek, you ask? Use the universal Geek code.
By joining the geek organization, you have license to use this special code
that will allow you to let other un-closeted geeks know who you are in a
simple, codified statement.

The single best way to announce your geekhood is to add your geek code to
signature file and announce it far and wide. But be careful, you may give
other geeks the courage to come out of the closet. You might want to hang
on to your copy of the code in order to help them along.

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INSTRUCTIONS:

The geek code consists of several categories. Each category is labeled with
a letter and some qualifiers. Go through each category and determine which
set of qualifiers best describes you in that category. By stringing all of
these 'codes' together, you are able to construct your overall geek code.
It is this single line of code that will inform other geeks the world over
of what a great geek you actually are.

Some of the qualifiers will very probably not match with you exactly.
Simply choose that qualifier that MOST CLOSELY matches you. Also, some
activities described in a specific qualifier you may not engage in, while you
do engage in others. Each description of each qualifier describes the wide
range of activities that apply, so as long as you match with one, you can
probably use that qualifier.

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VARIABLES:
Geeks can seldom be quantified. To facilitate the fact that within any
one category the geek may not be able determine a specific category,
variables have been designed to allow this range to be included.

@ for variable, said trait is not very rigid, may change with
time or with individual interaction. For example, Geeks
who happen to very much enjoy Star Trek: The Next Generation,
but dislike the old 60's series might list themselves as
[email protected]
() for indicating "cross-overs" or ranges. Geeks who go from
c+ to c--- depending on the situation (i.e. mostly "c+") could

use c+(---). Another example might be an m++(*). This
would be a person who mostly listens to classical music, but
also has an extensive collection of other types of works.

@ is different from () in that () has finite limits within the
category, while @ ranges all over.

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Type:
Geeks come in many flavors. The flavors relate to the vocation of the
particular geek. To start a code, a geek must declare himself or herself to
be a geek. To do this, we start the code with a "G" to denote "GEEK",
followed by one or two letters to denote the geeks occupation or field of
study. Multi-talented geeks with more than one vocation should denote their
myriad of talents with a slash between each vocation (example: GCS/MU/T).

GB -- Geek of Business
GCS -- Geek of Computer Science
GE -- Geek of Engineering
GM -- Geek of Math
GMU -- Geek of Music
GS -- Geek of Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, etc.)
GSS -- Geek of Social Science (Psychology, Sociology, etc.)
GT -- Geek of Theater

GO -- Geek of Other. Some types of geeks deviate from the
normal geek activities. This is encouraged as true geeks
come from all walks of life.
GU -- Geek of 'Undecided'. This is a popular vocation with
new freshmen.

GAT -- Geek of All Trades. For those geeks that can do
anything and everything. GAT usually precludes the use
of other vocational descriptors.

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Dress:
Geeks come in many different types of dress.

d I dress a lot like those in Walmart ads
d+ I tend to wear trendy political messages like "Save the
Whales" or "Free South Africa".
d++ I tend to wear conservative dress such as a business
suit.
d- I tend to wear trendy political messages like "Nuke the
Humans", "Question Authority", or "Big Brother's Watching".
d-- I wear jeans to work just to piss off my boss
d--- At work, I have holes in my jeans and/or obscenities on
my shirt.

d? I have no idea what I am wearing right now, let alone
what I wore yesterday.
!d No clothing. Quite a fashion statement, don't you think?
-d+ I wear the same clothes all the time, no matter the
occasion, often forgetting to do laundry between wearings.

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Politics:
Just as the Geek's sense of fashion is varied, so is his/her political
convictions.

p Politics? I've heard of that somewhere but in all honesty
I really don't give a shit.
p+ Let's get the government off of big-business's back
p++ All in favor of eliminating free speech, say aye!
p+++ Fuckin' Minorities! Adolf Hitler is my hero!
p- Bring back the 60's
p-- I'm still living in the 60's
p--- No taxes through no government

-p+ Don't label me you moron! Both sides are equally fucked up!

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Computers:
Most geeks identify themselves by their use of computers and computer
networks. In order to quantify your geekiness level on computers, consult
the following (consider the term 'computers' synonymous with 'computer
network'):

c Computers are a tool, nothing more. I use it when it serves
my purpose.
c+ Computers are fun and I enjoy using them. I play a mean
game of Wing Commander and can use a word processor without
resorting to the manual too often. I know that a 3.5" disk
is not a hard disk. I also know that when it says 'press any
key to continue', I don't have to look for a key labeled
'ANY'.
c++ Computers are a large part of my existence. When I get up
in the morning, the first thing I do is log myself in. I mud
on weekends, but still manage to stay off of academic
probation.
c+++ You mean there is life outside of Internet? You're shittin'
me! I live for muds. I haven't dragged myself to class in
weeks.
c++++ I'll be first in line to get the new cybernetic interface
installed into my skull.
c- Anything more complicated than my calculator and I'm
screwed.
c-- Where's the on switch?
c--- If you even mention computers, I will rip your head off!

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Linux:
Linux is a hacker-written operating system virtually identical to unix. It
runs on your standard 386/486 PC computers and offers multitasking support
far superior to DOS. Because it is still a young OS, and because it is
continually evolving from hacker changes and support, it is important that
the geek list his Linux ability.

l I know what Linux is, but that's about all
l+ I've managed to get Linux installed and even used it a few
times. It seems like it is just another OS.
l++ I use Linux almost exclusively on my system. I monitor
comp.os.linux and even answer questions some times. I've
aliased Linux FTP sites to make getting new software easier.
l+++ I am a Linux wizard. I munch C code for breakfast and have
enough room left over for a kernel debugging. I have so
many patches installed that I lost track about ten versions
ago. Linux newbies consider me a net.god.
l- I have no desire to use Linux and frankly don't give a rats
ass about it.
l-- Unix sucks. Because Linux = Unix. Linux Sucks. I worship
Bill Gates.

!l I don't even use an 80x86 chip, so linux isn't really a
reality for me. (ie, Mac people).
l? What the hell is Linux? I've never even heard of it.

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Unix:
Just as geeks sometimes use Linux, a great many geeks also use generic Unix
machines to accomplish their geeky ends.

u I have a unix account to do my stuff in
u+ I not only have a unix account, but I slam VMS any chance I
get.
u++ I've get the entire admin ticked off at me because I am
always using all of the CPU time and trying to run programs
that I don't have access to. I'm going to try cracking
/etc/passwd next week, just don't tell anyone.
u- I have a VMS account.
u-- I've seen unix and didn't like it. DEC rules!
u--- Unix geeks are actually nerds in disguise.

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Education:
All geeks have a varying amount of education.

e K-12, been on a college campus.
e+ Started a B.S./B.A, plan to finish it some day.
e++ Had not learned enough to know better not to go back and try
for a master's degree.
e+++ Still pretty stupid, over qualified to work any job, went and
got my Ph.D.
e- Got my bachelors, escaped alive, and am making hoards of money
writing unmaintainable (except by me) software.
e-- The company I work for was dumb enough to fund my way through
a masters degree, then started paying me even more money.
e--- Achieved a Ph.D, have devoted my life to insignificant
research,
which my employer pays dearly for.

e* I learned everything there is to know about life from the
"Hitchhiker's Trilogy".

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Music:
Musical interests vary widely, also.

m I occasionally listen to the radio
m+ I own a tape or CD collection (records also count, but you
would be admitting how old you really are).
m++ I consider myself refined and enjoy classical and new-age
selections
m+++ I consider myself over-refined and grok that heavy-duty
elevator music.
m- Just play it loud
m-- I play air-guitar better than anyone else.
m--- LISTEN! I SAID TO PLAY IT LOUD!

m* I am an expert on so many types of music that I can't even
keep them straight

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Shape:
Geeks come in many shapes and sizes. Shape code is divided into two parts.
The first indicates height, while the second indicates roundness. Mix each
section to fit yourself. Examples include: s/++, s++/, s++/--.

s I'm an average geek
s+/+ I'm a little taller/rounder than most.
s++/++ I'm a basketball/linebacker candidate.
s+++/+++I usually have to duck through doors/I take up three movie
seats.
s-/- I look up to most people. Everyone tells me to gain a
few pounds.
s--/-- I look up to damn near everybody. I tend to have to fight
against a strong breeze.
s---/---I take a phone book with me when I go out so I can see to
eat dinner. My bones are poking through my skin.

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Nutrition:
Geeks usually consume food. Some eat everything they can grab while some
others are quite conscious of their food. (Note: 'n' is used for
nutrition as 'f' is used elsewhere.)

!n Eh what? never mind the menu, give me something to eat!
n+ I like food - especially when it is healthy.
n++ I like the fibers in food
n- Food? I just grab something from the shelves with meat in it.
n-- I eat only the cheap things - even with artificial meat and
vegetables.
n--- I _live_ on snacks and coke.

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Housing:

h Friends come over to visit every once in a while to talk
about Geek things. There is a place for them to sit.
h+ Living alone, get out once a week to buy food, no more than
once a month to do laundry. All surfaces covered.
h++ Living in a cave with 47 computers and an Internet feed,
located near a Dominoes pizza. See !d.
h- Living with one or more registered Geeks.
h-- Living with one or more people who know nothing about being a
Geek and refuse to watch 'Star Trek'.
h--- Married, with the

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It's changed a lot since then (the current version is 3.12, I believe), so I can't completely recognize some of these things.

My code's a bit out of date because I'm no longer doing sysadmin-type work, but here it is (was?):

-----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK-----

GAT d(+) s++:- a-- C++++$ UBL++++$ L++++$>+++++$ P++++>+++++$
!E--- W+++$ N o? K-? w++++(--) O- M+ V- PS PE(-) [email protected] PGP++(+++) [email protected] 5?
[email protected] R+++ tv-- b++++ DI(+) D- G++>+++ e>+++++$ h-- r-- y?

------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------

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As usual the Wikipedia has a pretty good article on Geek Codes

The official site is not surprisingly http://www.geekcode.com/geek.html although there are plenty of sites that have turned the manual process into a automatically scoring version. Those can probably be found from the wikipedia article or by doing a web search.

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-----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK-----
Version: 3.12
GU>GCS d- s-: a--- C++>++++$ UL>+++$ P L+>+++ E? W+(++)>+++$ N o? K- w(+) O? M V- PS PE- Y(+) PGP- t- 5 X R* tv-- b+ DI+ D G e>e++ h!>++ r!(--)>+++ x?
------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------

Is it right? =P

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Uno no está listo para vivir si no está listo para morir.
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-----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK-----
Version: 3.1
GC/CS/M/U d? s: a--- C+++ U P+ L+ E !W+++(+++)>+++ !N !o !K-- w O- M++ V? PS PE>$ !Y !PGP t !5 X R tv+ b+ DI D+ G++ e? h++ !r
------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------

actually quite fun!

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The is a translater on sourceforge...Ill look it up later. The latest "Official" code is at geekcode.com

Ill post my code later as well.

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any more geeks with their code?

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Here it is (fully translated):

Geek Code Version: 3.12
GIT d- s:- a--- C++ UL+++ P+ L++ E+++ W++ N o- K+ w--- O M-- V-- PS- PE Y+ PGP t+ 5 X-- R+ !tv b+ DI+++ D--- G++ e* h- r- y-


Geekcode (decoded)

Geek of Information Technology
I'm usually in jeans and a t-shirt.
I'm an average geek.
Everybody tells me to gain a few pounds.
15-19
Computers are a large part of my existence.
Linux
I just modified su so that it doesn't prompt me.
I know of Perl. I like it. I haven't learned it,but it's on my agenda.
I use Linux ALMOST exclusively on my system.
Emacs is my login shell! M-x doctor is my psychologist!
I have a homepage. I surf daily. My homepage is advertised in my .sig
Usenet News? Sure, I read that once.
I sent my question to the wrong group and I got flamed.
I like Kibo.
Windows has set back the computing industry by at least 10 years.
I finally managed to get OS/2 installed but wasn't terribly impressed.
Macs do more than suck. They make users stupid.
I would rather smash my head repeatedly into a wall than use VMS.
Label records! Keep dirty stuff off the TV and the Internet.
Distrust both government and business.
I have an interest and concern in privacy issues,but I'm not active.
I've used it, but stopped long ago.
It's a damn fine TV show and is one of the only things good on TV now.
I've seen it, I am pretty indifferent to it.
If I wanted to watch this kind of stuff, I'd talk to Oliver Stone.
I have a character that I know better then myself
I do not own a television.
I enjoy reading, but don't get the time very often.
I am a Dilbert prototype.
To hell with Doom, I miss Zork.
I know what each letter means, but I have to look up the specifics
I learned everything about life from the "Hitchhiker's Trilogy"
Living with one or more registered Geeks.
I have difficulty maintaining a relationship.
I am a male.
Not having sex by choice.

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quote:
Originally posted by The real Stealth: Here it is (fully translated):...
Not having sex by choice.

Wouldn't matter. People who care about geek code generally get excluded from the choice. [Big Grin]
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looked fun so here is mine

--------Begin geek code block-----------
GS d-- s+:+ a- C++++ UL+ P L++ E-- W+++ N++ o+ K- w
O- M V PS+ PE- Y+ PGP t*++ 5+ X++ R !tv b++ DI++++
D+ G e*++ h* r+++ y+++
------- End geek code block ------------

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-----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK-----
Version: 3.12
GCS d- s+:+ a-- C++++ UL++++ P++++ L+++ E--- W++ N o-- K- w--
O- M V-- PS+ PE Y PGP++ t--- 5-- X- R tv+ b+ DI++ D+
G e- h---- r++ y++++
------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------

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Damn that thing needs to be updated....


-----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK-----
Version: 3.12
GCS/L/SS d- s: a- C+++ U*+ P-- L++ E- W+++ N++
o-- K- w-- O- M+ v-- PS+++ PE Y+ PGP+ t+ 5 X-
R tv-- b++++ DI++ D+ G e++ h-- r++ y++
------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------

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Yea, I have considered on many occasions rewriting it myself, creating a perl generator, and a website for it.. but I never find the time.

Just like I've started trying to deconstruct the pandora system to make a standalone player since flash is a whore... I've actually done some work on that, but never finished.

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code:
  
-------BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK-------
GECE GMU (I am majoring in electrical and computer engineering, and am quite personally well versed in music, though no degrees to prove it)

d- s: a--- C++(+++) U L+ W++ N++ K- w++$<w
M>+ PS-(--) PE+ Y+ PGP

(ok here i have to make some notes, Im replacing StarWars for StarTrek, CSI for Xfiles, and have no comparison for Baby5, as I really dont watch that stuff)
t++(+++)(*) X++ R tv(+) b++++ DI++<+++
(here, sub doom for several other games)
D++(+++) G e++(inprogress) h(+) r+ y+

--------END GEEK CODE BLOCK--------

(Blame something for thinking its html, for why i put it in a code block...sorry about the size)

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There is a GeekCultureCode out there somewhere, either on DualG's (whathisnamethisweek?) or U's site...

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Oh goodness me... that goes back a bit. It was on Jon's site I think, I never hosted a copy of that to my knowledge, and most of what I did have on Firetrack is long since toasted. (I rescanned the Geek Tower of Babel cartoon and mackie returned a few screenshots he managed to find -- the USER error one included :D -- but that's not much more than all I have from the GC collection.)
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Long time no see!

quote:
Originally posted by uilleann:
Oh goodness me... that goes back a bit. It was on Jon's site I think, I never hosted a copy of that to my knowledge, and most of what I did have on Firetrack is long since toasted. (I rescanned the Geek Tower of Babel cartoon and mackie returned a few screenshots he managed to find -- the USER error one included [Big Grin] -- but that's not much more than all I have from the GC collection.)

Yeah, that's what I figgured. I thought they might get a kick outta it, since the GeekCode is being revisited.

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quote:
Originally posted by GameMaster:
There is a GeekCultureCode out there somewhere, either on DualG's (whathisnamethisweek?) or U's site...

http://gc.stonewallcs.com/gcc/
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Tut... That's his name this week!

Cool to see you and U back on the boards!

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I'm not.
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...and yet you post. If that's not "back" what is?
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Back would be, actively interested in and participating in the nature and content of the site.
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You don't have to hold a grudge forever ya know.

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Icon 1 posted March 17, 2006 09:04      Profile for GameMaster   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
In any case, you are missed arround the boards. I do hope you stay.

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GMx

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Icon 1 posted March 17, 2006 12:03      Profile for GMx     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Hey, it hasn't been forever- just, what, a year or two? [Wink]
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