On Sun, 22 Oct 2000, Karel van Houten wrote:
> Hi Klaus,
> Klaus wrote:
> > Actually writing the bug tracker wasn't an act of boredom
> > (if you meant it that way). I had the strong feeling that we have
> > a lot of open problems and we're loosing control which are still open.
> > Well, in fact your mail is the only comment from the mailinglists on a
> > project which has taken a week to write and makes sense to me and other
> > ppl. I hoped that if ppl don't like the idea or the way I did it, that
> > they at least would tell me to make it better.
> > Just not saying anything is pretty lame and to be honest I'm pretty
> > disappointed about that.
> > Note that I'm not hunting for a "Hey what a cool idea !" or so -
> > but I'd have expected at least any comment.
> You sound a bit disappointed. Well, I can imagine, but you should
> give people more time. I had planned to look into your bug tracker,
> but didn't found the time yet (Your mail was still in my inbox).
Yes, you're right - I was a bit rushing. And it wasn't the first time
that I got this impression ... so maybe I was a bit to fast.
> Concerning the boot output parser:
> I think it is really useful to know what configurations / kernel versions
> and hardware other people have. I have published the bootlogs of
> my DECStations on my website.
ok, we just need to think about a good way to make the thing happen.
Anyone with a good idea mail me ;)
> By the way, you could update your mips-linux webpages in respect to
> DECStations from my info: http://www.xs4all.nl/~vhouten/mipsel
> I'm currently running kernel 2.4.0-test9, and I'm in the process
> of rebuilding RedHat 6.1 packages to get a minimal distribution ready.
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