----- Original Message -----
From: "Brent Fulgham" <email@example.com>
To: "Andreas Schuldei" <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2001 22:27
Subject: RE: Lots of Questions
> > - What *BSD are you working on?
> > - What is the aproach? Do you try to package the *BSD system or
> > are you recompiling the Debian packages on the other
> > kernel/libs?
> > - What about libc? And the other libs?
> > - What are the problems you face?
> We are at an impasse. We haven't been able to agree on a common
> goal for this project. To put it in inflamatory rhetoric ;-),
> it seems that most of the BSD folks don't really want a "Debian"
> version of BSD at all, or at least they don't want dpkg, binary
> package distribution, the GNU C Library, or any of the rest of the
> Debian infrastructure.
what about "bringing BSD base to debian folks" point of view ? well BSD
folks don't like debian but i am one of debian folks that don't like linux
/well like BSD much more / so i think that it must go on / well crowl on is
the right :>>/
> That being the case, I don't know that we have anything to offer
> that the existing BSD projects don't already have, except for the
> Debian Project name and people.
heh what HURD is offering to us ? a different base :> i think BSD is a
better base to use for the Debian OS /yes as it is written on the debian.org
site it is not just another linux distro it is an OS and i am agree/
> So, I don't think we really invision doing much at this point, since
> we are not going to move from our binary-based distribution to some
> kind of ports-based setup.
as i read above /it is a letter that received later than this from
Mr.Eichin/ at first time it will be nice to have at least a server OS / i
mean a OS without X and user applications :> well a epic may be or scrollz
> Others are free to voice their own opinions (of course!) ;-)