You have several computer science related sites, but I can't find one to ask a particular question.
I'm trying to source a computer science quote I remember before using it anywhere, so I go to https://cs.stackexchange.com, which seems like the most appropriate site based on the subject guidelines. I've tried searching the web, but I can't find it no matter how I search.
I put the tags, Unix and command, because the quote has to do with Unix commands. It tells me that neither tags exist, and I can find no other appropriate tags. Unix seems pretty fundamental not to have a tag, and I'm afraid to ask anywhere else. If I go to a non-computer science site nobody will know what I'm talking about, and if I go to a more specific computer science site my question will get closed for not having anything to do with coding.
Here is the question I would like to ask:
Title: Who is the source of this CS quote?
I was reading about Linux and Unix commands a while ago and someone who probably had a Masters or Doctorate Degree said something that's funny and memorable because it seems true. It was in response to someone asking him when he thought the last Unix commands would be entered, because Unix is very old. But Unix is one of those old things in the computing world that never goes out of style, so he responded something like this:
The last Unix commands will be entered shortly before the world ends, and they will probably have something to do with it.
I've searched the web several different ways and couldn't find it, but I'd like to source this quote before using it.
Where should I ask this question?