[ntp:hackers] OT: Unix (An interview with Wietse Venema)
Mark.Martinec at ijs.si
Wed Dec 1 16:06:06 PST 2004
Sorry folks for the following off-topic pearl, I just couldn't keep it to
myself. Knowing about the history of ntp issues with Linux kernel,
I think Dave and probably others will find it amusing if not educational.
(Btw, Wietse Venema is the author of a well-respected and popular
Subject: Re: An interview with Wietse Venema
Date: Wednesday December 1 2004 19:07
From: Victor Duchovni <Victor.Duchovni at morganstanley.com>
To: postfix-users at postfix.org
On Wed, Dec 01, 2004 at 02:29:28PM -0300, jcarminati at pluspetrol.com.ar wrote:
> I hope you find this interesting, I found a link to a recent interview
> made to Wietse.
My favourite quote:
- What distribution do you use? Why did you choose it?
I have been using UNIX systems since 1985, and FreeBSD since
1993. This is UNIX software that was ported to the PC environment
late in its life cycle. It is relatively mature compared to the
software that was written for PCs and that looks like UNIX.
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