Subject: Re: benchmarks... (was: Re: More on UFS performance)
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Charles M. Hannum <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/05/1994 16:18:21
Maybe it's time to start an alternative NetBSD mailing list not
associated with NetBSD.ORG to deal with all of the functionally-
important stuff that got excluded because of egos, attitudes,
aesthetics, standards or other good reasons to ignore ease-of-use.
First of all, nothing that was mentioned involved `ignoring
ease-of-use', and the reason certain other things haven't been dealt
with yet is that people are spending more time working on things that
really *are* `functionally-important'.
Secondly, your message sounded like a flame, and to be quite frank, my
first reaction was to say `Fuck off.' and leave it at that. If you
want to know why some things don't get done, your message, and the
time it took to read and reply to it, are a good example.