Fabio Miranda Hamburger
fabmirha at ns.isi.ulatina.ac.cr
Tue Apr 8 13:25:29 PDT 2003
> On Tuesday 08 April 2003 21:01, Fabio Miranda Hamburger wrote:
> > Hi, according to the documentation, the "apm" utility is "not well
> > supported" for freebsd.
> > It has been not supported for years.
> > so, When is going to be supported?
> > Why all the development of freebsd is based on /bin /sbin and kernel?
> > I feel like all developers are old unix guru that enjoy console system but
> > there are not abe to develop a modern and versatile system.
> > FreeBSD needs management, ppl that are NOT programmers and understand
> > users needs and focus the development.
> > If the developers prefer to "improve the version of su" they do that and
> > dont care about "window's world utility".
> > Mobile computing is the future!.
> What exactly is a mobile system good for when everyone can get in and modify
> your files?
> Secure systems are the future!
Many FreeBSD users think that their IA-32 systems running freebsd are
"powerfull" or "versatile", that is false.
FreeBSD has the most clean and serious style, but The group doesnt care
about important things like suspend a mobile machine.
There are many unix free os and all of them offer the same, they are just
programmer who feel "elite" playing with a shell, but there are no leaders
of information technology.
Ask a freebsd developer about "Spiral model" or waterfall model or rules
about software modularity, they hay no idea about that.
They just care about un1x hax0ring and stuff like that.
FreeBSD proyect needs management, understand clients needs, divide the
areas of development.
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