Fredrik Tolf wrote:
Yeah, I am, as soon as the Hurd becomes operational in... 10 years? Or
is the current schedule maybe aiming for 2030? =)
I... don't keep up on it. I see the Debian/Hurd page says Hurd "does
not provide the performance and stability you would expect from a
production system." I'll try it after Debian releases a distro on it,
which should only be a couple dozen months after Hurd itself is released.
Seriously, I _love_ the Hurd concept, but... I'd just love if it
actually seemed to be getting anywhere. It's a real petty that it
Hurd is a very bad poster boy for open source... especially when
compared to Linux. But we all know that competition is good. Throwing
Hurd in the mix with Linux and Free/Net/OpenBSD can't hurt.