Subject: Re: CVSup collections for a NetBSD CVS tree
To: Christopher R. Bowman <crb@ChrisBowman.com>
From: Curt Sampson <email@example.com>
Date: 05/02/1999 20:58:25
On Sun, 2 May 1999, Christopher R. Bowman wrote:
> Rather the
> question we should be debating is the broader question: should we as a project
> make it our policy that all project progress has to come on all ports equally,
> or can we allow things that boost some ports if they don't damage others?
That's already answered by our actions: the i386 port gets more
attention than any other port out there, and there are fairly vast
differences between the best-support (i386) and worst-supported (I
won't name names :-)) ports out there. Everything seems to get into
all ports eventually, but definitely not at the same rate.
Anyway, Charles was dead right on this one; Greg can set up his
CVSup server and if people use it, great; we can have a flamewar
about putting a CNAME for it under netbsd.org. If nobody uses it
we just don't get to have that flamewar. I'm sure we can come up
with something else to fight about anyway. :-)
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