Re: Debian GNU/BSD Project Goals
On Fri, Jul 06, 2001 at 05:17:23PM -0300, Carlos Laviola wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 03, 2001 at 06:59:37PM +0000, Nathan Hawkins wrote:
> > Agreed except for s/NetBSD/FreeBSD/g in my case. NetBSD has nothing I'm
> > really interested in, while FreeBSD does.
> NetBSD would be much more interesting for Debian, because it already
> supports all architectures we do. FreeBSD doesn't even come close right
> now. And, we can get mutual help from NetBSD, because we are going to
> make its userbase grow, the number of developers, and all that.
The fact is that with all our plans and formal votes, the direction
of the project is ultimately determined by the people who do the work.
If you care about NetBSD vs. FreeBSD, hurry up and build support for
the NetBSD kernel and packages. If the work all ends up being done
by people who want Debian GNU/FreeBSD, that's what we'll have, and
nobody will have any right to complain.
ncm at cantrip dot org