Subject: Re: "Why to BSD in a Linux World"
To: Thilo Manske <Thilo.Manske@HEH.Uni-Oldenburg.DE>
From: David Maxwell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/02/1999 09:36:43
On Sun, May 02, 1999 at 02:26:28PM +0200, Thilo Manske wrote:
> I just read this article:
> (found the link in the news section of the latest daemonnews issue)
> Jason Downs, an OpenBSD developer writes:
> "Open-BSD's focus is on security, FreeBSD's goal is to be easier to
> use and to have better performance, while NetBSD is mostly an academic
> research platform".
> Well, I'm not really happy about the last part since (IMHO) it impies
> that NetBSD isn't designed or used for "Real Work"(TM)... :-/.
It also implies that OpenBSD's focus is on securing an academic
research platform ;-p
I'll ask if that can be changed. (the web page)
Aside from that nit, so far, it looks well written.
David Maxwell, email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org --> Mastery of UNIX, like
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but there's no substitute. Personally, I'd rather pay for my freedom than live
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