Subject: Re: Everyone on vacation?
To: Christian E. Hopps <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Kerry Paulson <email@example.com>
Date: 12/26/1995 17:58:22
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> To: Bernd Ernesti <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> email@example.com (Rob Healey)
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Christian E. Hopps)
> Subject: Re: Everyone on vacation?
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> At 5:05 AM 12/26/95, Bernd Ernesti wrote:
> >The later one :(
> >We _really_ need one who is a better amiga-portmaster.
> >P.S: I am thinking about to leave NetBSD when there is no change till the
> > 31th January.
> I am really glad, Bernd, that you have such a full grasp of the situation.
> Perhaps if you paid me a salary I could provide you with the service you
> want? Or maybe you could have helped me move. I have other more personal
> problems that I could iterate but you don't deserve to know about them.
> Merry f'ing christmas Bernd,
We really don't need to turn this into a series of personal attacks.
Bernd definitely could have phrased it better but he has a point, your
job does not provide a salary, you do it on a voluntary basis just like
all the other people who work on NetBSD (including Bernd). I appreciate
the work you have done on the port, most people (myself included) could
not manage it due to lack of experience/time.
I am grateful for the work you put in, but if you are having problems
keeping up you should find someone to help. I'm sure someone with the
appropriate skills can be found to help with the port. If you farm out
some of the drudge work you will have more time for yourself and minor
changes can be dealt with more quickly.
Merry Xmas <-no sarcasm intended :)