If one are too fix all of what Ilja van Sprundel pointed out here we need
too put aside difference and work along side with each other, the newbie
and the professor needs too talk the same language.
It should't be this way that a bug that has been adressed two years ago
get's no attention at all, and after two years it gets a brushed of because
it didn't follow the right form what ever that means.
Problem is that this pro person who said it wasn't the right form, killed
of a patch that might have been a good solution on the problem with no
guidance or anything. For all that the person who did this knew he brushed
of someone that could have been a real asset, i never submit bug reports
anymore cause of this. Why should i they are never followed up any how,
mainly cause i am still just a newbie.
my suggestion too all of you invite people into your code into the secret
security world, let them try. And secret security people stop blaming the
other bsd for this and that and see what they are doing, there is still
alot too learn.
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