Subject: Re: CVSup collections for a NetBSD CVS tree
To: NetBSD-current Discussion List <>
From: Gandhi woulda smacked you <>
List: current-users
Date: 04/30/1999 18:09:52
On Fri, 30 Apr 1999, Greg A. Woods wrote:

# [ On Friday, April 30, 1999 at 09:44:03 (-0700), Paul Goyette wrote: ]
# > So, since you've already volunteered to set it up, go ahead and do it.
# > But stop acting like you expect TNF to spend _its_ scarce resources on
# > either setting it up or supporting it!
# If I set it up using my hardware, and with my domain name, then it's
# unlikely to be very public even if I don't actively restrict
# connections.

Let me sum this up, here:

You want NetBSD Core to dedicate resources to it and make it public
at your behest, but you're not willing to share your own resources
to achieve your own ends.

Pardon me, but that seems just a touch two-faced.  I don't know whether
a dog-in-the-manger tag or a pot-calling-kettles-black tag would
be more appropriate.

If it's so great, build it and share with the rest of the elite
architectures (alpha/i386).

But the sentiment I seem to be reading is "don't expect us to put
it up given the short demand".


/me will now "get out of the way".

What really needs to happen for CVS is not just to think, "what's
broken/how do we fix it?" but "What is the big picture we should
be addressing?"  Versioned "views" and quick updates (deltas) should
be part of that design.

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Of course it runs NetBSD.