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On Wed, 23 Aug 2000, Dan Langille wrote:
> We keep talking about the features. Have we highlighted the benefits?
> And we should concentrate on the benefits to the end user. In plain
* more pkgs due to more developers
* better tested/maintained pkgs, due to more developers
* more features in the pkg/ports system
* 100% same pkgs if you switch to another BSD :-)
* <insert usual advantages or a pkgs/ports system>, e.g. see
I don't want to be insulting, but how many pkgs do you maintain that you
ask about the benefits for a _end user_? What benefit to the enduser is it
that all the BSDs use the same C compiler, or even the same programming
language(s) for the system?
NetBSD - because Unix isn't just #include <linux.h>, i386, ILP32, ELF, ...!
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