[clug] Kernels are easy, ls is the hard part!

Sam Couter sam at couter.id.au
Sat Sep 15 11:53:29 GMT 2007

steve jenkin <sjenkin at canb.auug.org.au> wrote:
>     Why does GNU continue with Hurd now there is a Free (as in beer &
> speech) GPL'd kernel (Linux)?

Maybe because it's good fun? I can't really tell you what motivates the
individual developers because I don't know, but I've looked at and tried
the Hurd a few times and it was very interesting.

And of course as we all know, microkernels are the way of the future.
Linux was already obsolete by January 1992.
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