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The Order of the Wizard's Hat - Lifetime Achievement Award 2019 - Congrats to Wolf Machowitsch

Please join me in congratulations to Wolf Machowitsch (bakunin) for his long overdue lifetime achievement award badge from UNIX.COM in computer wizardry:

"The Order of the Wizard's Hat - Lifetime Achievement Award"

This "Order of the Wizard's Hat" is presented to Wolf Machowitsch (bakunin) for Computer Wizardry in the UNIX Operating Environment, including the Korn Shell (ksh). Thank You from All of Us.

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Congratulations Wolf!
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Hi Wolf,
Congratulations on this well deserved award.

Cheers,
Don
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Hey Wolf...

Welcome to the Wizards Club.

Congrats!

Bazza...
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Please join me in congratulations to Wolf Machowitsch (bakunin) for his long overdue lifetime achievement award badge from UNIX.COM in computer wizardry
Wow. I feel humbled. I will take that as a motivation to try even harder in the future but for now i am just happy. Thank you, Neo and thanks to all of you who helped me in getting better in my trade.

bakunin
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Well deserved, Wolf, and congrats from my side!
All the best, Rüdiger
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Wow. I feel humbled. I will take that as a motivation to try even harder in the future but for now i am just happy. Thank you, Neo and thanks to all of you who helped me in getting better in my trade.

bakunin
Hey Wolf,

Actually, because of all the badging system coding which is keeping me busy, I'm behind on posting your Wizards's badge and also the badges of other well deserved, decade-plus long members and strong UNIX.COM contributions, already nominated by other members and send to me. Thanks for your patience!
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