Confessions of a Recovering NetBSD Zealot
Subject:   follow-ups
Date:   2006-09-15 11:36:42
From:   msporleder
<quote>Federico Biancuzzi interviewed Charles (who was affected by the recent termination of some accounts)</quote>

Please reference:
To see that it was only eight people who lost their commit bit, and some of them (darren reed, at least) have re-sent their develop agreements. From what I can tell, that's all it took to get your development back. Read the follow-ups for a little more insight into Mr Hannum's (conveniently timed) email and the story about why these agreements had to be re-sent to the netbsd foundation.

Also- have you offered to do a follow-up interview with anyone who might be on the other side of this?

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  • follow-ups
    2006-09-17 18:38:53  chromatic | O'Reilly AuthorO'Reilly Blogger [View]

    We'll be happy to follow up on the story from anyone with Wasabi or remaining with NetBSD.
    • follow-ups
      2006-09-18 09:45:18  msporleder [View]

      Well, I can't speak for netbsd, so maybe you could point your willingness to some group, such as core.

      (Why they weren't included in the first place?)
      • follow-ups
        2006-09-18 12:19:57  Federico Biancuzzi | O'Reilly AuthorO'Reilly Blogger [View]

        Because this is an interview with one of the NetBSD founders. He was asked to talk about the evolution of the project from his point of view.

        Everyone has a point of view. There are a gazillion users and developers (from other BSD project too) that have a point of view on what is working/not-working inside NetBSD. Should I interview each one of them?

        Charles was there when the project started, and he is still around. That's why I thought that his experience and thoughts were worth sharing.

        Obviously if there are mistakes, errors, misunderstandings, missing details, etc... I would be happy to make another interview with the people involved in such things (core@, developers, Wasabi, etc), so that they could make the subject clear.