Subject: Re: embedded customers are asking for linux
To: None <netbsd-advocacy@NetBSD.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 09/18/2003 09:44:16
On Thursday 18 September 2003 04:39, Michal Pasternak wrote:
> Ian Zagorskih [Thu, Sep 18, 2003 at 11:57:41AM +0000]:
> > 8. It has perfect network capabilities.
> KAME and IPv6! Don't forget to point this out explictly :)
> > 10. From my point of view, NetBSD's kernel architecture is well
> > designed and code is well and carefully. Cannot say the same about
> > code from www.kernel.org.
> ... and we know, who included which part - and when - to the system
> sources This may be a bit low, but in this case you could use SCO's
> FUD. Anyway, it's Torvalds fault he didn't use any versioning system
On the other hand, he is a tremendously charismatic personality, and the
Linux kernel has basically grown up around him as a direct result of
that charisma's effects on others. He's also been tremendously
consistent in his aims and hasn't bent his personal values
significantly (if at all) as a result of massive commercial pressure.
Sometimes I think it'd be nice if such a personality made his way into
NetBSD core. :)