Re: assimilating OpenBSD
David Starner <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> A BSD userland would mean that every package would have to be audited
> for GNUisms.
That would be nice, think of the number of bashisms found. What would
happen if the GNU project suddenly decided to follow standards? Seen
what happend when the gcc code changed from using one set of gccisms
to a someway more standard conformant C?
> help. But the extra work it adds to Debian means it shouldn't be
> done here.
As long it dosn't add extra work on other parts on Debian we shouldn't
decide what people would use their time on. It shouldn't take long
time to apply a patch to you package.
The only reason I can see to stop this is if we're short on archieve
space (which we always are I'm sure somebody would say).
(Please take this thread to debian-project)
GNU sutter vel i det hele taget på mange måder når man først er
holdt op med at falde i svime over at det er frit. Synd vi ikke
har andet... - Hanne Munkholm