HEADSUP: ibcs2 and svr4 compat headed for history
obrien at FreeBSD.org
Sat Jun 26 21:26:56 PDT 2004
On Sun, Jun 27, 2004 at 01:27:17AM +0200, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
> Why do you think that a HEADSUP was sent to current@ David ?
General readers of freebsd-current isn't our project management body.
> Presumably you belive I did that to try to sneak this decision past
> your highly sensitive nose, the bulk of the committers, our most
> active users, the core team, the TRB, UN peace-keeping forces, and
> Lloyds Register ?
I've seen some core members admit they no longer read freebsd-current
because of the high S-N ratio. So sending something to freebsd-current
assuming all Core or TRB members will see it is in fallacy.
> Or could it be, just by chance, that I recognized that nobody on
> core (or the TRB) would have enough information to answer the very
> simple question: "Is there a significant use of these bits which
> we are currently unaware off ?", and therefore decided to poll a
> larger audience ?
I think you presume to know too much about what all the Core and TRB
members know. I think you should be pushing this agenda (so publicly
implying full authority to do this), only after consulting with one of
Core/TRB of your intentions.
> (If you answer this correctly David, you win a little yellow rubber
> mat you can stomp on next time you get upset about somebody not
> "following procedures")
It is well known you prefer drive-by commits, ride roughshod over, and
acting unilaterally. I don't think all of the project does. phkBSD is
around the other corner, thanks.
-- David (obrien at FreeBSD.org)
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