Subject: Re: History of the NetBSD Foundation
To: Thor Lancelot Simon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Charles M. Hannum <mycroft@MIT.EDU>
Date: 09/03/2006 10:15:39
On Sun, Sep 03, 2006 at 01:40:02AM -0400, Thor Lancelot Simon wrote:
> I assume you're talking about the developer agreement, because as far as
> I'm aware you know precisely as much about the agreement with USL as I
> do, and there is certainly nothing in my statement about it which is
Yes, I'm sure you were around to talk about it when it was signed. Not.
Please keep your ignorance to yourself.
> As to the present necessity and purpose of the developer agreement, it
> should be pretty clear that, since you've essentially exiled yourself
> from the project for several years in a protest against its management,
> you are probably not the right person to ask.
Because there are *new* legal threats related to the code? Could you
please enlighten us at to what they are?
> But if you want to
> quarrel with me about one of the several reasons I mentioned in my
> earlier message (it is growing tiresome to respond to the selective
> editing of my own text) be my guest; have it your way; I give up.
You accuse me of selective editing. That's rich. *snort*
How's that sysadmin group? Kicked anyone else out lately?
You are one of the most power hungry a**holes in NetBSD, and frankly
I hope the community realizes this eventually and throws you out on your
arse. Whatever work you may or may not do, you are a detriment to the