Re: Glibc-based Debian GNU/KNetBSD
On Tue, Dec 02, 2003 at 08:45:52AM -0800, Michael Graff wrote:
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> On Tuesday 02 December 2003 07:58 am, Robert Millan wrote:
> > No, we combine the advantages of Debian, GNU, and the kernel of NetBSD.
> > The superiority of GNU userland repect to NetBSD's is an issue too, and you
> > seem to be ignoring it.
> I'm sorry, but this I have to respond to.
No reason to be sorry for that.
> I don't see the GNU userland as supperior. I see it as annoying. GNU isn't
> better, just different. And those differences drive me nuts.
Well I guess I should learn to keep statements I'm not willing to defend for
myself. I'm not really interested on discussing this.
> But, that asside... what you have been proposing seems to be taking NetBSD
> and removing all but the kernel. In that case, it's not NetBSD anymore.
You're right. The system is basicaly a GNU variant with another kernel.
> That aside, insulting a group you're trying to work with seems
I didn't mean to insult. That was just my perspective.
> Are you certain you're not Stallman in disguise?
Heh. You caught me ;).
If you insist on that I'll have to start signing my mail *g*.
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thing made, and neither in possession nor in his own mastery; wherefore he
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