On Sat, 12 Oct 1996, Andreas Klemm wrote:
> Greg Lehey writes:
>> Andreas Klemm writes:
>>> Who wrote the FreeBSD part ?
>> Good question. Why don't you ask Uli Schmitz?
> Well I thought you or another one knew it. I couldn't read the whole
> thread, because I subscribed to this list a short time ago.
In fact, there were no other replies. Julian sent the message, and
apart from that (and a private reply I received), that's been the only
stuff I've seen.
>> For the benefit of the others, Andreas has just co-authored an article
>> on PGP in mail, published in the September 1996 iX. Uli Schmitz is
>> the iX editor responsible for the article. It looks interesting, but
>> I haven't got round to reading it yet. Andreas, did you enjoy the
> Well, I know iX being Linux biased in the past ... don't know, if they
> changed their minds. I think the main problem is, that most of their
> "PD-Unix readers" are in the Linux camp ... so figure out what they
> write about as the only truth...
I wrote an article about BSD/386 in the June 1992 issue, before Linux
became something worth talking about. I can't find the damn thing to
check, but in my recollection they had 4 different BSD-related
articles, most of which showed they didn't really know what BSD was
all about, and one of which was just plain silly.
> Main argument in the past (about 2 years ago, the time around/before
> 4.4lite) was the simple statement, that in BSD there has happend
> nothing new ... "it is as it is" ... so what to write about it ...
Who said that? It makes a difference.
> But to justice an operating system, about how "colorful" it is
> or whatever ... *sigh*
> Let's see, how the article in iX is.
The good news is that it's in c't, in iX.
>> BTW, Julian sent his original message to chat(at)de.freebsd.org, not
>> chat(at)freebsd.org. I was mislead by the fact that the message was in
>> English, so I sent my message to chat(at)freebsd.org. I'd suggest we
>> follow up to chat(at)de.freebsd.org only, unless somebody has other
> Let's see if I can change the Cc: line in mutt ... I'm just trying
> Michael Eltkins mutt mailer ... looks like elm, but I'm still not
> really familiar with it ;-)
Looks like you need more practice :-). I'm copying this one just to
Received on Sat 12 Oct 1996 - 18:08:46 CEST