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Re: 3.4 CDs
I can't believe I'm contributing to this thread :( someone shoot me.
> Clearly, I'm wasting my time. You haven't even bothered to
Yes you are, the release cycle makes a lot of sense due to the dynamic
nature of the source tree (i.e. big stuff changes a lot every day and
every 6 months these are checkmarked to a release). Things get changed
in OpenBSD to suit a single individual, yes, but that one person isn't
> read my original mail, or if you did, you're not responding
> to its actual content.
I did read it, in it you said:
"My perception is that changes between releases are generally
Which is maybe the heart of the matter. Change this assumption to "the
releases are major overhauls of everything from soup to nutz" and you
have a different logical conclusion.
Furthermore you stated:
"Is your one year old OpenBSD system "obsolete" because some manpages
Which is a tacit assumption that the only source code changes between
OpenBSD 3.2 and 3.4 is a few manual pages. I would say that is another
incorrect assumption that if you change, you too will come up with a
> Because you completely missed the point.
Pot. Kettle. Black.
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