As I didn't get more emails, I counted all votes and computed the results. Results ~~~~~~~ 1. kernel NetBSD kernel 59.259 % (16 votes) FreeBSD kernel 29.629 % (8) OpenBSD kernel 7.407 % (2) Darwin kernel 3.703 % (1) 2. userland GNU utilities + very system dependent userland utilities 95.45 % (21) "native" userland + some GNU utilities 4.55 % (1) only the userland that came with the kernel 0.00 % (0) Comments ~~~~~~~~ I think the result's pretty clear, the majority prefers NetBSD, mostly because of its portability (Debian on a VAX or a Dreamcast would be great fun, eh? ;). Some also said that FreeBSD would be better in terms of speed. The userland results are even more clear, the only reason I've read is that this is the only possibility to do it "the Debian way". What's Next ~~~~~~~~~~~ So, what's next? We first need some webspace to build up a website. Do we get any webspace from Debian? If not, we should consider putting the website on sourceforge.net. Who wants to maintain the website? Next, I'm going to post a list of all packages needed for the base system also with some points to be discussed. Regards, Andreas Krennmair -- Ganz zaertlich macht's der Kabeljau heimlich dem Pottwal seiner alten Frau Der Pottwal selbst ist impotent wie gut, dass sie vom Jau das stramme Kabel kennt!
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