On Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 01:06:58PM +0100, Wojciech Puchar wrote: > > base system: nothing appropriate > > > >Maybe what we need isn't for you to keep complaining about 70% of the > >very helpful list traffic, > > helpful for whom? > > >thus producing another 5% of the list traffic > >yourself (directly, and indirectly through annoyed responses to you), but > >for someone to come up with a base-sys...@freebsd.org list where you can > >hang out and be happy. > > > seems you actively like this mailing list to become big shit. > You WELL know what i am talking about, and you just play with words.
Ah -- so now you accuse me of maliciousness. How much worse can your "contributions" to this list get? > > Because i AM very much feared about FreeBSD future not being like lots of > other free software project, i will do everything to take all idiots, > winusers, "students" that want comparision between different OS in few > words (because they was required at school), questions about one of > million of non-freebsd specific software, stupid discussion about > windoze-like bloatware running under unix etc. etc. > > I really don't care about your opinion, just because it's THE ONLY GOOD > UNIX LEFT IN THE WORLD now! > > There was linux many years ago, yes - less functional, but WELL DONE, they > f...ked it up by quickly adding every stupid features requested. I still haven't figured out why you think that answering questions about DNS on FreeBSD or looking for ways to improve driver support would equate to "adding every stupid features [sic] requested." > > Then i switched to NetBSD, that worked excellent up to 1.5, > and then got f..ked up even more than linux when started to be sponsored > by "wasabisystems" and possibly other funny companies. They even changed > the way versions are numbered to get higher numbers faster ;) Did it really get screwed up, or did you just decide it *must* be getting screwed up because development was sponsored? > > Now i'm using FreeBSD and it got better each version. > Really better, not "better". A lot of people would disagree with you about the 5.x releases, judging by what I've read. By all accounts, though, it got back on track. I wonder if NetBSD got better again after you left, if it ever got worse in the first place. > > And i really want to keep it that way, because there is no alternative > now! -- Chad Perrin [ content licensed OWL: http://owl.apotheon.org ] Quoth William Gibson: "The future is already here. It's just not very evenly distributed."
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