"d points quasinoxen :)
<stateless> I laughed hard
<quasinoxen> I'm sure I'll be called a Luddite.
<quasinoxen> The HN discussion was completely unproductive.
<stateless> "Theyre going to drag Unix kicking and screaming into the 21st century& by integrating a mid-80s first-generation research microkernel for its infamous IPC.:
<stateless> this one was awesome
<quasinoxen> But I hope it gets seen in /r/bsd and /r/freebsd, maybe lobste.rs
<stateless> someone posted it on lobste.rs
<quasinoxen> Either way, I'd like to hear a statement from FreeBSD core devs.
<quasinoxen> That would be the pinnacle.
<quasinoxen> Really, though.
<quasinoxen> I just don't see the point of making BSD into Darwin when Darwin exists.
<quasinoxen> By the way.
<stateless> quasinoxen, I was at the FreeBSD devsummit in Cambridge the other day
<stateless> 9/10 devs used OSX
<quasinoxen> . . .
<quasinoxen> God help us all.
<stateless> probably only had FreeBSD running on their servers
<quasinoxen> I never thought I'd say it, but.
<quasinoxen> Lennart Poettering is better at software design than Apple.