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In a related note what does everybody else think about setting up something along the lines of #debian-bsd or the openprojects network? I for one think it might be good to thrash some of this out in realtime.

On Wed, Jun 27, 2001 at 08:39:20AM -0600, ray p wrote:
> I would volunter to maintain web space. I don't have much experince but I do know html and have time to do it. I would assume someone would ask the Debian people for space on our behalf. Or if someone would point me towards whom to ask I would be happy to do so.
> 
> On Wed, Jun 27, 2001 at 04:22:12PM +0200, Andreas Krennmair wrote:
> > 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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