[OFF-TOPIC] Because Theo and various users told them that the projects GnoBSD and Comixwall were worthless and that they weren't contributing to OpenBSD?
freebsd at qeng-ho.org
Sat Oct 17 15:14:51 UTC 2015
On 17/10/2015 15:16, françai s wrote:
> I always find it amusing how OpenBSD is "audited", yet there's not one
> audit report on the OpenBSD website. The closest answer I've been able to
> find on the mailing list is to review all of the CVS commit logs. Yeah,
> that's not opaque in the slightest...
> The bigger problem with OpenBSD is it's community. In the FreeBSD world,
> you have PC-BSD and pfsense, both of which are generally welcomed by the
> community. With OpenBSD, there were two sister projects that tried to
> target a similar audience: GnoBSD and Comixwall. Comixwall was the
> equivalent of pfsense for easy router/firewall management and GnoBSD was an
> attempt to make an easy-to-use desktop. Both, however, ended up shutting
> down after Theo and various users told them that their projects were
> worthless and that they weren't contributing to OpenBSD.
> Because Theo and various users told them that their projects were worthless
> and that they weren't contributing to OpenBSD?
Please do not feed the troll.
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