FreeBSD's problems as seen by the BSDForen.de community
timo.schoeler at riscworks.net
Fri Jan 11 06:05:26 PST 2008
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Thus Harti Brandt <hartmut.brandt at dlr.de> spake on Fri, 11 Jan 2008
14:59:26 +0100 (CET):
> On Fri, 11 Jan 2008, Timo Schoeler wrote:
> TS>No, I didn't. I said that the work is done ineffectively as he's
> TS>doing underprioritized stuff. Working on higher prioritized stuff
> TS>would be more efficient, and would help the project even more.
> TS>Given the assumption that the developer is able to do both, the
> TS>Xmas tree as well as importing ZFS v9 into the tree.
> TS>(I don't see the point that when somebody is really *capable* of
> TS>doing both things, why should (s)he do the 'lower priority' thing.
> TS>If you are at the olympic stadium and you're the best sprinter,
> TS>you wouldn't join the marathon...!)
> Sorry, this is just crap. I'm a rather bad guitar player, at least
> much worse than I'm a programmer. Yet I enjoy playing Joe Pass at 1/4
> the speed while I could import ZFS during that time ... People just
> bring to FreeBSD what they like to do, not what would be the best for
> you or others. If you want them to change priorities according to
> YOUR needs, pay them money.
Harti, you didn't get the point. You can also lead you dog into my
yard, as long as you don't work on FreeBSD noone cares, really. The
difference is *when* working on FreeBSD *what* do to -- xmas tree or
I thought this argumentation was pretty straightforward, but sometimes 2
+2 is really 5...
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