Re: [announce] procps 2.0.13 with NPTL enhancements
From: Albert Cahalan (email@example.com)
Date: Fri May 30 2003 - 20:37:28 EST
On Fri, 2003-05-30 at 12:37, Xose Vazquez Perez wrote:
> Mine is longer, I have more hair, less tummy...
> please, stop your childish nonsense.
> A fork has sense if latter the code are going to merge
> (like gcc/egcs, xfree/xwin, linux/ac/mm/aa/osdl...)
> or the proyect are going to take another goal.
> But to have two proyects, same code(more or less),
> same goal. And it's worse for to be a base crical
> package. Its's waste time/resources and to do a little
> different every distribution.
You've made your point, here and elsewhere.
Both parties involved disagree. I suggest
you spend your efforts elsewhere:
OpenBSD should merge with NetBSD.
XEmacs should merge with GNU Emacs.
CinePaint should merge with The Gimp.
Windows should merge with OS/2.
After you solve those problems, you can
tackle projects that aren't truly forks.
For example, we only need one editor.
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