Subject: Re: NetBSD momentum
To: Andy Ruhl <email@example.com>
From: Bruno <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/20/2004 17:16:27
Andy Ruhl wrote:
>I actually have quite a few comments here, but I don't have time right
>now to respond.
>What I can say is that FreeBSD can still be the right tool for the
>job, and there are things in it that I wish NetBSD did better.
>Consequently, this is why I still haven't converted my main server
>over to NetBSD, even though I use NetBSD for most everything else.
>I think it will be a natural process for people to start looking
>elsewhere if they really believe the stuff in this article are true
>roadblocks to them. And I think it will also be natural to start
>looking at NetBSD if these people are true BSD followers, because
>Linux and commercial unix don't fit the same niche that BSD people
>There has been some good NetBSD press recently in some benchmarks, and
>the 2.0 release seems to be good. No need to rub it in.
I'd like to see your comments when you have the time. Can you point
Thanks in advance,