On Thu, 28 Sep 2006 18:27:10 -0400
Kris Kennaway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 28, 2006 at 09:09:33AM +0200, Oliver Fromme wrote:
> > By the way (apropos default policies): Guess why OpenBSD
> > has gotten ahead of FreeBSD in the statistics? It has been
> > growing at a much higer rate all the time, and will continue
> > to do so. Soon the statistics will "prove" that OpenBSD's
> > user base is ten times larger than FreeBSD's, because we
> > won't have a bsdstats option in sysinstall in 6.2-Release.
> > I'd be willing to submit a patch (I'm somewhat familiar
> > with the sysinstall code), but I assume it's too late
> > because we're already in code freeze, and sysinstall is
> > a particularly critical piece of code. Apart from that,
> > such a patch will probably be shredded to pieces by
> > bike shed discussions.
> Just submit it...if it is too late for 6.2 (not guaranteed) then it
> would be in time for 6.3. The surest way to make sure it never gets
> into sysinstall is for nobody to ever submit a patch.
Perhaps there could be a message added to /etc/motd as an
alternative for 6.2-R if its too late to be included in sysinstall.
Modification of a text file should be of less concern.
Using the motd might also bring it to the attention to those who
will just upgrade and never see sysinstall (as well as those who
almost never read mailing lists).
Just a thought.
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