On Wed, Apr 26, 2000 at 12:27:22PM +0200, Brad Knowles wrote:
> >  Why would "The Project" have to do anything? We've already established
> >  this is of minority appeal,
>       Have we?  Really?  We have established that this is of minority 

It seems to me that the typical assumption is that if someone doesn't speak
up, they abstain their vote, for whatever value it might have. Thus, given
the number of people who have said they don't think it worth it, and given
the number who said they would like this feature, I think we've established
that this is a minority issue, quite clearly.

Since this is a volunteer project, people are NOT going to be polled on
their opinion about X, Y, or Z. They'll either speak up if they care enough
or they'll be quiet about the whole proceeding.

It does seem that this mailing list is entirely inappropriate for this
particular topic; perhaps this thread should be moved to freebsd-arch. Or,
as Chuck said about 10 messages ago, it should just die. Either way, I
don't honestly care. I'm just not going to be convinced to do any of the
coding necessary to prune our repository. I have better things to do with
my time than something like that. :-)

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