> To everyone who took the time to respond, your responses were outstanding; if > only a short and sweet additional page could be added to the main OpenBSD > Project WWW site (e.g., under ???Project Team??? or ???Developers") that just > succinctly summarizes exactly what you all said. For ???smaller??? projects > without formal governance I guess it all comes down to the people; I can see > how if you have a dedicated core of really good, passionate developers formal > by-laws and committees are superfluous, but then the question is how would > that be sustainable over the long term other than just by manually and > personally attracting and retaining the best on an ad hoc basis without a > codified, structured process. But it seems to be clearly working here. > > Downloaded the macppc port of OpenBSD 6.5 to install on a couple IBM PowerPC > 970/970MP-based Apple Power Mac G5 machines for a class project (I just need > some decent, reliable, no-frills servers, but I wanted to try using something > other than AMD64/x86-64-based machines for a change) with very low > expectations (after trying to install the macppc port of a peer Noteworthy > Excellent Tried-and-true BSD distribution which crashed immediately upon > running ofwboot off the install ISO), but the installer Just Worked! I > don???t understand how this project is able to maintain a working legacy > macppc port with so few developers.
quality over quantity :) > > All the best, > Austin > > ???If you want to change the future, start living as if you???re already > there.??? ???Lynn Conway >