On Thu, 27 Sep 2001, Jordan Hubbard wrote:
>Progress in these types of situations nearly always comes from people
>with enough self-interest in the problem area to actually commit to
>working on it. Rather than asking for people who have written an
>autofsd to step forward, why not instead start working on this project
>yourselves and ask for volunteers to HELP you address the problem?
>That's taking on the problem from the right end, IMHO.
I agree wholeheartedly Jordan. My self-interest in the problem has at
least motivated me enough to go reading the applicable source but I've
not had time lately to work on actual patches. I've got a lot of irons
in the fire at the moment, especially with students being back around
(I'm a sysadmin at Vanderbilt University) but when things quiet down I
do intend to work on this. At the moment I sit daily in front of an SGI
Indigo2 running IRIX because it's better than Linux and integrates quite
well with our environment. I really want a FreeBSD workstation on my
desk, so I'll likely end up writing the patches just so I can get that
FreeBSD workstation integrated. But, no promises on a timeframe so if
someone else wants to get started now, then by all means charge right
ahead with it.
"Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today. There might be a
law against it by that time." -- /usr/games/fortune, 07/30/2001
Brandon D. Valentine <bandix at looksharp.net>
To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]
with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message