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nano

since unknown year (earliest usage recorded on this site was 1995)

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otherchirps
beaugunderson
wzzrd
bitprophet
daniellindsley
sceptreofjudah
Josh
brousch
karlstolley
coderanger
nimasmi
greyfade
iamteem
PaulM
pydanny
d3f3nd3r
alex
davidpaccoud
westonruter
DataShed
ncw
otherchirps - 1 years
beaugunderson - 8 years
wzzrd - 7 years
bitprophet - 3 years
daniellindsley - 18 years
sceptreofjudah - 1 years
Josh - 4 years
brousch - 15 years
karlstolley - 3 years
coderanger - 14 years
nimasmi - 7 years
greyfade - 1 years
iamteem - 1 years
PaulM - 12 years
pydanny - 12 years
d3f3nd3r - 12 years
alex - 1 years
davidpaccoud - 11 years
westonruter - 10 years
DataShed - 9 years
ncw - 8 years
1995
2000–2002
Used Nano on Linux distros which were strict GNU followers, e.g. Debian. At least, until I was able to muddle my way around vi(m). Thankfully that only took a short while...
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I use it occasionally with systems on which I have not yet installed emacs.
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2007
Started programming in this rickety hunk of an editor.
2007–
I hate this editor. I reconfigure my Ubuntu to get Vim as default instead.
2008–
Working via SSH on a Linux system, I use nano.
2009–
YEAH!!!!!! NANO IS AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!
2010–
Only used nano because the damn thing is the default for EDITOR on Ubuntu.

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