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Re: The Hurd: what is it?

From: Thomas Bushnell BSG
Subject: Re: The Hurd: what is it?
Date: Sat, 12 Nov 2005 11:13:17 -0800
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"Alfred M\. Szmidt" <ams@gnu.org> writes:

>    > Problem with that is that you don't even know if the code-base
>    > will be used, so such factoring will be useless.
>    Not if it's done well.  The point is that if you can make the code
>    base suitable well designed, it will become *portable* and of
>    course it will be used.
> Then it isn't being done well right now.

Of course.  Will you help fix the problems?

>    It sounds now as if you are bitching that other people are doing
>    some other project which you aren't interested in, and you are
>    worried that things would be better if they worked on the
>    Mach-based project.  This may be, but the way to argue it is to
>    argue that work is more productively accomplished in place A than
>    place B, not to try and get maintainers to declare.
> And it sounds as you have not bothered reading anything of what I
> wrote.  I told you repetedly that I do not care if the Hurd is Mach
> based, or L4 based, or even Linux based.  

But if it is true that we must pick one or the other, then there is a
task to be done: picking.  If you don't want to help solve that task,
then it's likely to be unsolved.  Ok, but I think it's rather churlish
to declare that a task is extremely important AND refuse to lift a
finger to work on it.


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