Subject: Re: The future of NetBSD
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From: Oliver Fromme <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/11/2006 12:11:15
Thorsten Glaser wrote:
> Marc G. Fournier dixit:
> > And what I'm learning with bsdstats.org is that there are more then just those
> > four ... GNU/kFreeBSD is reporting
> Now _that_'s funny ;)
Yes, indeed. Some people are really wasting their time.
> > are there any others?
Is already included on bsdstats.org.
Those two aren't separate operating systems, but rather
FreeBSD with a custom GUI on top (live-FS / installer).
They shouldn't be counted separately.
> The latter three are probably just stripped-down versions of
> the bigger ones.
True. It could be argued whether they should be counted
separately. Personally I don't think they should. The
"big ones" are clearly DragonFly, Free-, Net- and OpenBSD.
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