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Re: The Hurd: what is it?

From: Alfred M. Szmidt
Subject: Re: The Hurd: what is it?
Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2005 01:45:29 +0100

   > No, it isn't.  It is more like asking a researcher that the 10
   > years he spent on solving a specific problem are completely
   > useless because the professor was unable to show the researcher
   > what he should be working on, since the researcher was told `work
   > on what you consider important'.  It is a waste of time, I really
   > fail to see why you are having such hard problems seeing this.

   I can't tell anymore what you are asking.  Maybe take a step back,
   and ask the question once more.  Don't ask vague questions like
   "what is the Hurd"; don't ask questions about what you should work

What is the Hurd is a concrete question, you have three choices,
Hurd/Mach, Hurd/L4 or Hurd/something-else.  I am not asking what I
should work on, I have repeated this on several ocassions now, I'm
asking what the direction of the Hurd project is.  There is nothing
vauge about it.  You are just trying to evade the question.

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