Subject: Re: Desktop application agenda
To: None <netbsd-users@NetBSD.org>
From: Paul Newhouse <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/16/2007 13:36:21
> Andy Ruhl skrev:
> > On 4/16/07, Przemys=B3aw Pawe=B3czyk <email@example.com> wrote:
> >> I won't change my words. Many people get accustomed to junkyards (u=
> >> placed books on shelves, electronic parts in drawers, etc) knowing =
> >> and where with blinded eyes. "It works very well" until something
> > =
> > I probably shouldn't step in again, but I will.
> > =
> > There you go putting your foot in your mouth again. You're never
> > wrong, as usual. Go ahead and keep insulting everything and everyone=
> > if you never want to get anything done.
> > =
> > NetBSD is not a "junkyard". Nobody who puts time into this project i=
> > going to appreciate that.
> > =
> > Andy
> Andy, you just haven't understood what Przemyslav really is saying.
> The basic statement is:
> You're all idiots, who don't know what's good and not. You should all =
> decide that I should run this show, because I do know. And I would mak=
> NetBSD a much better system, which could compete with Linux for the =
> desktop, with a fancy 12 CD installation set with graphics that will =
> blow your mind, and all wiki-based documentation that will be the =
> c00lest ever.
Now, now Przemyslav is just having fun playing the unappreciated
slayer of evil windmills. In one exchange he said something like,
"... maybe I am too young ...", I figure he should know. Many 3 =
year olds think they are the center of the universe.