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Re: GoBSD.com

From: Weapon of Mass Deduction <blacklist@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 11 Dec 2004 16:11:42 +0100

To explain this more, I think DragonFlyBSD just isn't considered
'ready-to-use'. That's why GoBSD releases their own builds.
This way the DragonFlyBSD people are alleviated, as they do
not have to take (much) care of the problems of end-users.

David Rhodus wrote:
On Thu, 9 Dec 2004 07:50:02 +0200, Atte Peltomaki <koston@xxxxxx> wrote:

With great amazement I have been observing the birth of GoBSD. I have to
admit, I do not understand all of their motives and objectives. Why do
people insist on splitting DragonFlyBSD?

GoBSD is not a fork.  There are no code differences between gobsd and
DragonFly.  GoBSD is a timely collection of DragonFly bits and ports
that have been tested to work well together put together by DragonFly
developers and users.  The site is to promote all BSD's by giving a
central place for BSD users and developers to communicate.

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