Subject: Re: Better than..
To: None <>
From: Ted Lemon <>
List: netbsd-advocacy
Date: 01/05/2000 13:26:38
I didn't say "no risk."  I said "no known risk."  If there is a known
problem, it should be fixed.  That's the only point I'm making.
NetBSD, FreeBSD, OpenBSD and Linux _all_ have had security bulletins
in the past two years.  Nobody is perfect - the question is, who's
*trying* to be perfect, and do I agree with their idea of what trying
to be perfect means?   I've just told you what I think trying to be
perfect means, and you are of course completely free to agree or
disagree!   :')