[nycbug-talk] [Fwd: Re: Announcement: New York *BSD user group formed]

Aron Roberts aron
Wed Jan 14 22:49:37 EST 2004

I certainly cannot properly reply to this but I would argue that while  
the Mach Kernel is certainly not BSD... the FreeBSD userland they have  
implemented is quite impressive and you'd have to say that MacOS is as  
BSD-like as it possibly can be.

On Jan 14, 2004, at 6:57 PM, Wes Sonnenreich wrote:

> Someone want to follow this up?
> ---------------------------- Original Message  
> ----------------------------
> Subject: Re: Announcement: New York *BSD user group formed
> From:    "Chuck Yerkes" <chuck at snew.com>
> Date:    Wed, January 14, 2004 6:42 pm
> To:      "Wes Sonnenreich" <wes at openlysecure.org>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 
> ---
> Quoting Wes Sonnenreich (wes at openlysecure.org):
> ...
>> NYCBUG is open to all interested individuals, including, but not  
>> limited
> to, users of FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, DragonFlyBSD, OpenDarwin, Darwin
> and Mac OSX.
> I run a lot of BSD utilities on Solaris.
> That doesn't make Solaris a BSD.
> I have a laptop that uses BSD utilities on a Mach Kernel.
> That doesn't make MacOS a BSD.
> I forwarded your message to nysa.org and you should forward
> it to unigroup  (both NY Unix groups (whos boards I used to be on).
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