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Comment: Re:Linus (Score 3, Informative) 909

by Phoenix138 (#28875827) Attached to: Alan Cox Quits As Linux TTY Maintainer — "I've Had Enough"

Also, doors should be always pulled when you go in and pushed when you go out. That makes exiting the building easier in case of emergency (people don't rush to the door and jam it, preventing anyone from pulling it open.) and also when people are trying to get in and out at the same time, the person outside is more capable of keeping the door open for the person going out (it is better that people first get out, before new people get in, because inside there is a limited space, while outside contains usually a lot more room). Also outside usually contains more room for pulling, while the inside often has a wall that limits the space for pulling, especially if you want to keep the door open for someone else.

Your door would suffer from issues if installed in an environment where it snows a lot.

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