back to article Christmas comes early for chameleons: SUSE feels jolly after closing Rancher deal

SUSE has finalised its purchase of Kubernetes management specialist Rancher Labs as industry talk of an impending IPO for the Linux veteran circulates. While keeping shtum on the sums involved, the duo said existing product subscriptions would "remain in full force and effect according to their terms" but future versions of …

  1. Irony Deficient

    Odds bodkins!

    Kubernetes, Kubernetes, how shalt I manage thou, Kubernetes?

    It’s “how shall I manage thee”.

    Now conjugate “shall” and decline “thou” a hundred times before sunrise, or I’ll cut your balls off.

    1. Simian Surprise
      Trollface

      Re: Odds bodkins!

      I could care less about k8s but that subtitle baited me straight to the comments to see if anyone had homed in on this egregious word crime. It really begs the question of what kind of people El Reg is willing to hire as editors. These aren't weird and obtuse rules and their easy to utilize properly. A serious publication, for all intensive purposes, should be able to do that.

      At least the commenters are always grammatically perfect.

      1. Irony Deficient

        At least the commenters are always grammatically perfect.

        their easy to utilize properly […] for all intensive purposes

        Did you mean “they’re easy to utilize properly” and “for all intents and purposes” respectively? ;*)

        1. Simian Surprise

          Re: At least the commenters are always grammatically perfect.

          Nah, that's what I meant; see the icon...

          1. Irony Deficient

            Re: At least the commenters are always grammatically perfect.

            The icon’s meaning is clear, but the target is ambiguous — at least to someone who is irony deficient.

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