Re: Porting the Hurd to L4 (glibc dependencies, dropping glibc?)
> if you would let us participate to your concepts of current and future
> development, such discussions would be more effective. We can't guess
> what you're planning to do on short or middle term if you don't post
> your ideas somewhere :(.
There is no secret plan. Marcus has laid out numerous times the things
that we have to work on. There are many things to do in getting the system
working better on its current foundation irrespective of long-term future
directions. This is a spare-time project for all of us. I foresee more
work than I have time to do for long enough that I'm not interested in
projecting a lot further.
> need to reply like this. Basically, you suggest nothing less than to shut
> up and do our own non-approved stuff without asking for feedback from the
> list. This is asking for a split in development :-((( Sad perspectives...,
> but splits are necessary sometimes.
I didn't say "shut up", I said "less talking and more hacking". The
talking to hacking ratio is way too high around here. I'll have more to
say and more interest in reading long email exchanges if there is active
work going on in some concrete direction or other. Don't worry about
stepping on my toes; I don't care. I'd just like not to have what little
brain time the Hurd gets from the world too bogged down in speculative
discussions when there is so much real code that we could all be writing.