Install of pkg fuse-ntfs fails because of undefined symbol in pkg!?!
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Sat Feb 11 14:11:07 UTC 2017
> >> But it's the velocity that's the problem, Kurt.
> >While I very much sympathize with "The world rotates too fast,
> >I want to get off", for me it looks like as a project we do
> >not have alternatives.
> Why not? What would happen to fBSD that's not already happening?
Maybe if other folks do not share your analysis that the fbsd world
is loosing market/mindshare etc, they come to different conclusions
on what they want from the system.
> Why aren't people asking what's going on and how to turn it
> around? Could it be because they're too busy being busy?
My impression is they are busy innovating, and that is good
and I thank them for it.
> >Is it defense, if we see many projects (open source etc)
> >shorten their cycle time (e.g. php7), because they see the need to
> >add features or patch security issues (and breaks APIs/ABIs doing either) ?
> It seems more like an excuse than a defence, to me. Is it
> pushing Linux back? If not, what *would* push Linux back?
As I asked on the other mail: How do you measure this ?
[Pathologising others] is not very friendly.
> But change is possible, even for adults.
So, we're changing a lot and now we hear you complain about those
changes. Can you try to describe some changes that would help
both groups (those that need innovation and those that need
> But that doesn't mean we're currently doing the right things to
> regain share from Linux and save FreeBSD.
Is this really a us-vrs-them thing ? I don't see it that way.
There is innovation all across the board and to be able to co-innovation,
certain things need to be done. In the base system and in the
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