Re: Debian/GNU Freebsd
On Thu, Feb 18, 1999 at 09:20:24PM -0600, David Welton wrote:
> > If we use NetBSD, we can expect it to run on anything that still
> > runs on household current. Notebook or PDA? Not likely. Fair
> > warning about NetBSD is that if we try to make what they will
> > consider an "Impure" NetBSD port, the NetBSD people _WILL_ sabotage
> > the effort in any way possible. This is not a "they might", they
> > will do whatever they can to make sure it doesn't happen. When the
> > OpenBSD people tried to create a
> Uh - you are taking this out of context, I think. The Open and NetBSD
> people have some personal 'issues' with each other. OpenBSD is a
> forked NetBSD, infact. I wouldn't consider it a given that NetBSD
> would treat us the same way, if we treated them with respect.
I don't think so.. The NetBSD people would have the same personal
"issues" with a GNU userspace version of their work...
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Keep your shirt tucked in, go down with the ship, and never,
ever abandon a member of your crew."
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