Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 13th Mar 2004 09:07 UTC
Original OSNews Interviews Today we feature a very interesting interview with well known *BSD hacker Matthew Dillon over his latest project, DragonFly BSD (also known for his Linux kernel contributions, Amiga C compiler hacking back in the day and the Backplane distributed database). Matthew discusses DragonFly's status, goals, the overall BSD platform, innovation, and more. Update: Added one more question at the end of the Q&A.
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That is off topic here. Also, unlike what is being done with DragonFly BSD, OpenSSI is now, and always will be a tacked on grotesque hack to make Linux do things that it was never intended to do, and will likely never be modified to do correctly.

Please stop trolling here, this is a DragonFly article.