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Re: openbsd.com or openbsd.org
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: openbsd.com or openbsd.org
- From: Jay Richmond <jayrich_(_at_)_room101_(_dot_)_sysc_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Mon, 20 Jul 1998 12:24:34 -0500 (EST)
- Delivery-date: Mon Jul 20 10:28:13 1998
> Now he is saying (bragging?) that people mail stuff to
> user_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_com and he reforwards it to us. Obviously he reads it
I think you are putting words in my mouth. I am simply trying to express
an opinion through satire (however pathetic it might be, I don't have much
time or creativeness -- the only reason it's being paid attention to I'd
imagine is because of it's address). Again I stress the fact that I've
included a disclaimer & linked the real openbsd.org site. If my
only intention was to defame and harm the openbsd project, I would just
leave it completely separate and let people assume that the project's web
site had been hacked (is this really what you are worried about?) -- I
also thought I made it obvious enough that I was not associated with the
And as far as putting more words in my mouth, I didn't "brag" about
receiving e-mail from openbsd.com -- I literally *offered* to change the
mail exchanger records to go to the proper openbsd system. And I asked
what system that was and suggested that you make changes in your
configuration so that it works -- to which I got no response.
> I hope some OpenBSD developers in the USA is better able to deal with
> this guy. His attitude completely stinks, and it's becoming very
People in the USA have made many threats including some on my net
connection, others on my *life*. Is this what you mean? Are you sure you
aren't blowing this out of proportion?
> Lawyer. Come on -- you guys are just as capable as I am at dealing
> with him. I also do not need to be told that I should have registered
> People like him are hurting free software. I would advice Linux
> people to spread the news about this too, because nobody that stupid
> should be in the position to hurt a free software project in this way.
> It's completely ridiculous.
So that I can receieve more threats from a new group of people for
expressing an unpopular opinion?
BTW: What exactly did you do to the NetBSD project?
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