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Re: Unified BSD?
I just can't resist the urge to point to this comic strip, which an
other FreeBSD users posted regarding : "hey let's create a FreeBSD
desktop, like Ubuntu did with Unity"
AKA: CosmicB @Freenode
On 12 November 2012 21:37, Robin Björklin <robin.bjorklin%gmail.com@localhost>
> First and foremost I'd like to present myself, I'm a young and naive junior
> sys admin that think people should be able to compromise and see the bigger
> picture and the good of the cause.
> Now over to the reason for my post.
> As all of you probably know there's a lot of buzz around Gnu/Linux these
> days and I'm pretty sure you couldn't care less. What I'm wondering is why
> the BSD community which from what I can gather isn't as big as the Linux
> community have decided to split their resources into several different
> projects/forks/distributions. To me it seems *BSD would be in a more
> competitive shape if all developers would get in under one roof?
> Am I bat crap crazy for thinking it could be good to merge the four largest
> BSD variants out there, take the best bits and pieces out of each and
> create a Unified BSD?
> Kind Regards,
> Robin Bjorklin
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