David O'Brien wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 27, 2001 at 03:13:19PM -0500, Jim Bryant wrote:
>>Count my vote as a go-for-it.
> Blah. You're vote doesn't mean jack in this.
> Unless you are one actively working on the 5-CURRENT kernel (SMPng
> specifically), or are funding 5-CURRENT kernel development; you really
> don't have any right to say "go for it".
> "Don't write cheques your body can't cash." Quincy Jones's "The Dude".
> Committing KSE now could easily get in the way of the one person doing
> SMPng work. Do you really want to jeopardize and slowdown that work?
Actually, I'd like to see both projects proceed, but apparently what non-core
contributers to FreeBSD think doesn't matter. Maybe
all of the VOLUNTEER testers for -current should take your advice and go to NetBSD,
OpenBSD, Linux, or open-Solaris... Maybe their
opinions would be better received.
As far as opinions are concerned, you have expressed yours, and I kinda hope it
doesn't represent that of the entire core team.
Opinions were asked for. Testers were asked for. I'm offering both.
I don't think when Julian asked for opinions and testers that he was specifically
asking core team members only. Julian, if this is
not the case, please speak up, and accept my apology for butting in with my opinion,
and my offer to take you up on your call for
All I did was write in support of getting some promised 5.0 items into 5.0, even
offering to test them! Excuuuuuuse me! Shame on
us peons for speaking our opinions!
ET has one helluva sense of humor!
He's always anal-probing right-wing schizos!
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