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Re: Why is Desktop NetBSD a threat to NetBSD?
In article <498F31F9.30406%softjar.se@localhost>,
Johnny Billquist <bqt%softjar.se@localhost> wrote:
>David Holland wrote:
>> The only one of the tasks as such that I have concerns about is the OS
>> branding/boot splash screen thing. However, jmcneill has already told
>> me in so many words that he's not interested in my opinion, and for
>> the time being I don't feel inclined to push any further.
>It appears to me that we already seem to be lagging in the kernel
>department. And we seem to be shifting focus towards "user experience"
>instead of ironing out the kernel. I know that lots of people find it
>more satisfying (and ego-boosting) to work on user experience, and to
>get a larger user base and recognition for the things they do. But I
>think that in the long run, the looser here is NetBSD itself.
People are going to work on what they like to work on. Nobody is forcing
anyone to do anything and it takes a different skill set to work on
the kernel and in desktop applications.
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