[German] How to say "interesting".

Christoph Maier cm.hardware.software.elsewhere at gmail.com
Mon Oct 25 21:12:27 PDT 2010


On Tue, 2010-10-26 at 00:36 +0000, Jason Dusek wrote:
> Sometimes I am IM'ing with a person. They will say some
>   technical things. Then I will say "Interesting.".
> 
>     <a person>:
>       speaking of bootstrapping, the pg catalog bootstrapping
>       process still is a mystery to me to this very day
>       I cannot confidently say I understand it
>       it's turtles all the way down
>       "how do we define tables?" "oh, pg_attr, pg_type, pg_class..."
>       right, how are those defined? "In pg_attr, pg_type, and pg_class"
>       where's your god now?
>     <me>:
>       Interesting.
> 
>   Now obviously, "interessant" is comparable but does it
>   function the same way here?

Among folks of sufficient geekitude, 
"Faszinierend."
will do nicely.

LL&P,

Christoph




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