Subject: Re: email reg... never mind...
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
List: current-users
Date: 09/25/1997 16:32:44
> Perhaps all that is needed is someone to "adopt" a particular system,
> and run -current on it.  Then they maintain an entry on the webpage

Sounds reasonable; the biggest problems I forsee are (1) human time and
(2) update frequency.  Human time is a constant problem, and having one
more thing to do can't help, though admittedly it's a small thing.
Update frequency is a bigger problem.  The closest I'm running to
current is about a month old, because I haven't sat down and brought
any of my systems forward to current.  (A couple of people have
indicated that current is even somewhat broken at the moment....)

If the update frequency thing can be worked out or ignored, I can
handle Sun-3/260 and, for as long as I'm with the relevant employers
and they still let me play with the relevant machines, SPARC SLC and
SPARCstation 2.  I don't do world builds nearly often enough to be said
to be tracking -current, though; that's why update frequency
particularly concerns me.

					der Mouse

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