According to Steve Price:
> On Mon, 19 Jul 1999, Gary Kline wrote:
> # We all come to this table with our own biases; perhaps half of
> # which have some merit.
> How about we leave them at the door and save room on the
> table for drawing up plans? Not suggesting that anyone
> hasn't, just couldn't resist saying that. Sorry. ;)
[[ Very well said, but to save some electrons... . ]]
> If the plan is to create a new distribution because some
> among us aspire to be the next Linus Torvalds or Bill Gates,
> then I'm out of here. Let others measure you by what you
> give to the community and don't measure yourself by what you
> want to take back. In other words, don't seek fame. If you
> are good enough it will find you on its own if that's what
> you desire.
Ha! Even a full new dist wouldn't do this! Maybe a
new distribution plus an additional $100 billion in
What I'd like to see happen is to wrap the best of
both world into one bundle.
That's as far as operating systems go. Most of my
off-work hours are in the app that I've been working
on since late 1996... Well, the app plus the free 100,000-
word Webster's dictionary.
If I had unlimited resources... well, quite frankly, I'd
Gary D. Kline email@example.com Public service Unix
- Re: glibc
- From: Steve Price <firstname.lastname@example.org>