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He found that while most of the immune systems had pretty good fire walls and bug squashers, several of them had off-the-shelf stuff that should have let at least one of the bugs past, which pretty well shot the first theory.
(DebConf10 attendees as well as Debian enthusiasts abroad, regular RC squashers as well as casual bystanders, etc).
There were grape squashers (that is the technical term!) and plenty of empty bottles!
And what was more exciting was the site explained there was a lot of demands for squashers in Britain.
The site explained that squashers were not prostitutes and couldn't be roped by the squashee.
Note: Bug squashers should start from higher severity / priority bug reports to lower ones.