> We are mostly trying to create a better package system for FreeBSD in
> combination with the other good aspects of Debian. If I seem to recall
> the discussion at the beginn correctly.
What are "the other good aspects"?
> Well, I think we should leave the BSD libraries where they are and use
> them instead of porting linux libraries to BSD. Why should we do that?
glibc is not a Linux library.
> Why not? The base system of FreeBSD is in my opinion very nice and the
> concept with either installing binaries oder building everything from
> the source is great (espacially make world). So I think we should try to
> kepp such aspects.
It sounds like you'd be perfectly happy with dpkg and apt
ported to FreeBSD and a bunch of non-base packages ported.