This type of thing caused the division of the BSD projects in the first place, and hurts the project over all and is the primary reason that Linux has such a better market position then BSD.
I love FreeBSD. I dunno why. I just do. I'm no expert, but it sits right with me. It is a shame that due to people's socialization problems that such a great operating system is regulated to the backwaters of the OS oceans. I suggest some people realize that they have problems with dealing with people--we are not computers in that certain inputs cannot guarantee certain outputs--and perhaps seek therapy to improve their socialization skills. That and $1.10 might buy you a cup a coffee. Sincerely, David On Tue, 17 Dec 2002, Matthew Dillon wrote: > > : > :Matt Dillon wrote: > :> Thanks to my dear friend Warner Losh. I've decided to leave FreeBSD and > :> flame in another project. Maybe I could join OpenBSD, the seem to share > :> my views on how to deal with other people. > :> > :> I hereby give maintainership of all my code to Warner, or, whoever wants > :> it, for that matter. > : > :Does anyone know why this person is trying to (poorly) impersonate MD? > > Probably because I lambast him mercilessly for being such a whimp. It's > kinda sad, actually. He's probably not making any friends with the > people running the blind proxies he abuses to post, either. > > -Matt > Matthew Dillon > <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > > To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] > with "unsubscribe freebsd-hackers" in the body of the message > To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message