On Mon, Apr 24, 2000 at 02:02:28PM -0500, Richard Wackerbarth wrote:

> 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.

Developers and early adopters are the ones tracking -STABLE. Users are installing
binary snapshots and releases.

No-one in their right mind would release a module for "4.0-STABLE sometime between
april and may". They release for 4.0-RELEASE or 4.1-RELEASE, this would not cause
problems for those people.

Bill Fumerola - Network Architect
Computer Horizons Corp - CVM
Office: 800-252-2421 x128 / Cell: 248-761-7272

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