Re: Bits (Nybbles?) from the Vancouver release team meeting
Anthony Towns <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Here's one way. Let's say you're hacking on the Hurd. You've been in
> the archive for a while on scc.d.o as a non-release candidate, and
> just the other day you've finally managed to get it to run "ls" again,
> and in the euphoria from that moment, over a single 48h hacking
> session you've gotten it secure, network capable, got it building
> everything, made it efficient, fixed the toolchain to work perfectly,
> and in your madcap adventures, attracted dozens of other developers
> and thousands of users to join in.
Now now, "ls" has been working for a long time. We had bash running
before the system could even boot.
I thank you for the scenario; it helps me understand the basic idea
you had in mind for how things would migrate.