Field servoid



jargon, abuse
/fee’ld ser’voyd/ A play on “android”, a derogatory term for a representative of a field service organisation (see field circus), suggesting an unintelligent rule-driven approach to servicing computer hardware.
[Jargon File]
(2003-02-03)

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