Home > NetBSD > Interview with Hubert Feyrer of NetBSDInterview with Hubert Feyrer of NetBSD Submitted by Rui Paulo 2004-11-03 NetBSD 7 CommentsThe NetBSD-PT Group did an interview via e-mail with Hubert Feyrer. He has been a NetBSD developer for years and we wanted to know his views on NetBSD, his projects and some personal questions.About The Author Eugenia LoliEx-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker.Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 7 Comments 2004-11-03 11:53 pm I cannot believe that their were more comments based on the NetBSD flag than with an interview with Huber Feyrer. I have never used NetBSD, however; it was a great interview. 2004-11-04 2:35 am interview. 2004-11-04 4:46 am I’m very sad to read the story about g4u vs g4l. If it is a true, then, g4l must give him a credit. 2004-11-04 9:36 am Interesting article.It’s sad when people knowingly violate the licence – so far, we were used to seeing it with some commercial software makers who took open-source code and made it proprietary without admitting it, but it’s really bad if some open-source developer(s) ignores licence & wishes of another open-source developer, and even makes some arrogant comments about it.Anyway, the most significant part for me was when he said that NetBSD is excellent, but hardly anyone knows it. It’s a pity that such a fine OS is ignored by everyone. Personally, I’m looking forward to 2.0. 2004-11-04 11:47 am I’m looking forward to NetBSD 2.0 as well!About the copyright infringement:http://www.feyrer.de/g4u/g4l.htmlIt’s an interesting story, indeed.It would really be nice if the “creator” of this g4l “project” (quotes are mandatory.. had the guts to come out of the anonimity he hides behind.I don’t think anybody wants to drive him to court (where he would belong though). But it’s a pity that he doesn’t get the reputation he deserves.Anyway, kudos to Hubert. 2004-11-04 12:53 pm Very nice interview… NetBSD developers pulled so much time in such a nice OS! Long live NetBSD. 2004-11-04 9:35 pm Seems like a decent guy. NetBSD is one of my favorite OS’s i can’t wait for 2.0 either i have a few dual processor boxes i would like to test it out on.