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> From: Alan Harper [mailto:Alan.Harper@lwd.net.au]
> Sent: Monday, January 15, 2001 0:53
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Status
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> On Monday 15 January 2001 09:36, Zeno Gantner wrote:
> > Alan Harper wrote:
> > > Whats the status of all this. Or has the whole idea just dropped dead?
> > Just read the mailing list archive. There hasn't been real work done
> > yet.
> I tried to find the list archive, but couldn't (found the
> archives for other
> lists tho)
> > From time to time there is some discussion on how to do it, but no one
> > seems to be really interested in doing anything.
there are people who are interested of doing anything about debian bsd ...
but tell me how /i am not os programer / to help :>
> > I'm subscribed to this 'cause the discussion is sometimes interesting
> > ;-).
> > I do not intend to work on bringing the gnu/linux and bsd world
> > together.
heh i think not to bring linux and bsd together /well it will be in great
use of linux :>/ but to bring debian os and bsd base together /just like
apple did in their MacOS X/
> > In fact, doing debian-bsd would not bring linux and bsd together but
> > debian
> > and bsd.
and it will be a great os :>
> > If you're interested in distribution/os development, look for work in
> > the
> > rest of the debian project, e.g. debian gnu/hurd, or at some bsd project
> > (open, net, free, open packages ...) or spend your time on other
> > subjects
> > that make sense.
hurd is .. well i don't like it :>
> I'm interested in it, because I like using FreeBSD, but miss things like
> apt-get & update-menus
and not only these :> well now freebsd looks like slackware linux /anyone
likes slackware ?/ it is ........
- Re: Status
- From: Alan Harper <Alan.Harper@lwd.net.au>