On Mon, 24 Apr 2000, you wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 24, 2000 at 04:46:43AM -0500, Richard Wackerbarth wrote:
> > >From the USER's perspective, anything that requires me to as much as
> > > reload
> >
> > a module/program that I have already installed "breaks" it.
> > The fact that it is only necessary to recompile it in order to fix it
> > only means that it is easy to fix IF I have the source code.
> No-one forces you to upgrade you systems. Partial upgrades are something
> that are nice when they work, but understood when they don't.
> We don't accept bug reports (typically) when a person hasn't upgraded their
> world, kernel, and modules. I don't understand why we're accepting
> preemptive bitching.

That is also partly why you are also lacking the respect and support of a 
wider audience. If you act like FreeBSD is just a "developer's sandbox", 
that's what it will be. If you want it to be something greater than that, you
must consider what you are doing to third party developers and end users.

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