[nycbug-talk] Fwd: no more apache updates
Tue Jun 22 22:53:40 EDT 2004
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On Tue, 22 Jun 2004, Josh McCormack wrote:
> I like that people are expected to write code or shutup. I don't mind
> the rudeness. Not that some people don't have valuable thoughts, but all
> too often you have convention halls full of self styled experts who
> complain and demand but don't contribute.
one should put ^for them in between "code" and "or shutup" :)
As some do, there are plenty of people who do code and put thier lives
work in somewhere else, as I do with Ecartis, and others do with Apache,
FreeBSD, NetBSD, Darwin, Linux, GNU-Monkey-Sex, or whatever ;)
They may actually have something valuable to say out of experience.
Remember, the OpenBSD way, while often Correct(tm), has had several issues
of thier own....
Trish Lynch trish at bsdunix.net
Ecartis Core Team trish at listmistress.org
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