Subject: Re: The future of NetBSD
From: rouk ounas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/09/2006 21:42:25
On 9/1/06, Gilbert Fernandes <email@example.com> wrote:
> I have a dream.
> A dream of unification.
> Having one BSD. Merging the three projects and, why not, keeping
> incompatible stuff as options that would be either one or another.
> But when you tell yourself that it cannot be done, you don't even
> try it.
> It would require people to not only do it for the sake of their projects,
> but for the whole BSD people. Even those who really piss you off in
> other projects.
> Because someday, those projects will live on without us. We'll pass on
> like everyone.
> Am I alone thinking this ?
I would disagree with that. Is not unification we need, it is unity.
Instead of speaking about the [Net, Open, Free, DragonFly]BSD
community, we should be talking about the BSD community as a whole.
I'm using Free, but when Open asks vendors to give driver docs, and
when Net is spiralling down, it should be a problem for all the BSDs.
Like bsdstats.org is considering, they are all bsd.