At 11:55 PM -0700 2003/09/10, Terry Lambert wrote:

> It used to be that the BSD credo was
> "if you break it, you now own it, and it's your responsibility to
> fix it".


For as long as I've been involved with FreeBSD, the approach that
I've always heard applied was instead:

If you complain about it, it's your responsibility to fix it.


Maybe that's the disconnect. Maybe we need to go back to the
older style, which I have never personally encountered with regards
to FreeBSD.

However, that would have to be enforced by -core, and they'd have
to agree to live up that standard themselves.

--
Brad Knowles,

"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
-Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania.

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