Subject: Re: Forget it (dev_t)--do it yourself.
To: Perry E. Metzger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Todd Vierling <tv@NetBSD.ORG>
Date: 01/16/1998 20:09:55
On Fri, 16 Jan 1998, Perry E. Metzger wrote:
: > Really? It seems to me he's tried _very_ hard to listen to objections
: > and modify his proposal quite significantly. The only one he may be
: > ignoring is Charles, and given how Charles is acting,
: I dunno. I felt rather ignored at times, and sort of gave up. I felt
: rather put off by his method of dealing with things. Charles can be
: offensive, but Todd was not being as conservative in his approach as
: you'd expect a new NetBSD hacker to be.
[copied to tech-kern too]
I haven't given up completely. I'm still writing code, adoptiong lots of
things from miles of e-mail paper tape. :)
I'm just staying quiet for now and making the code work. When I have
something that looks a lot better, and addresses all the concerns in a
minimum of code, I'll be reposting about it and ask for more criticism then.
This has been a learning experience, to be sure. And I have nothing against
NetBSD, Charles personally, or anyone else here because of it.
===== Todd Vierling (Personal email@example.com) =====
== "There's a myth that there is a scarcity of justice to go around, so
== that if we extend justice to 'those people,' it will somehow erode the
== quality of justice everyone else receives." -- Maria Price