Subject: Re: SGI ports [was Re: pwd_mkdb]
To: Harry W. Waddell <email@example.com>
From: Gandhi woulda smacked you <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/09/1999 15:44:56
On Fri, 9 Apr 1999, Harry W. Waddell wrote:
# On Fri, 9 Apr 1999, Jonathan Stone wrote:
# I guess it would be another feather in Netbsd's cap to show that it can
# run on yet another architecture, but I don't think that NASA is
# interested at this time. NASA management would probably be just as happy
# if Linux ran on the desktop machines. [for a variety of reasons that just
# make me morose. I'll be happy to discuss the reasons offline]
This is my point, though: If LINUX can do it, surely we can arrange a
clean-room team, and WE can do it.
If I knew anything at all about interfacing to hardware (and, uh, had
more time), I'd volunteer in a heartbeat.
# Harry Waddell
When will people learn how to think!?? I long for the day to come when
software is purchased on the basis of technical merit and usefulness and not
on the basis of marketing bullsh*t. And when is intelligence going to become
a prerequisite for survival?