Why did you choose DragonFly?
t+dfbsd at timdarby.net
Tue Sep 21 07:52:57 PDT 2010
I got interested in DragonFly early on because of the stated goals. It was exciting to see a BSD project that was really trying to advance the kernel. I started replacing more and more of my machines with DF until I had only one holdout, an OpenBSD machine for pf, and then that one got replaced too when the DragonFly's pf implementation improved. I can't say enough about how awesome HAMMER is and vkernel too. I also very much appreciate the people here. For the most part, you guys are light years beyond me in UNIX knowledge, yet you take the trouble to share that knowledge. I learn a lot just following the mailing lists. Are you going to throw a party when the BGL is completely gone? I'll bring the beer. :-)
On Mon, Sep 20, 2010 at 12:33 PM, Samuel J. Greear <sjg at evilcode.net> wrote:
This mail is intended for the infrequent responders and lurkers on the
list just as much as the regular posters.
What has drawn you to use the DragonFly BSD operating system and/or
participate in its development by following this list? Technical
features, methodologies, something about the community? I suspect the
HAMMER filesystem to be the popular choice, but what other features
affect or do you see affecting your day to day life as an
administrator, developer, or [insert use case here], now or in the
Thanks in advance for your response.
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