DragonFly kernel List (threaded) for 2003-12
> I'm not sure if that would be useful for the DragonFly project, I'll let
> Matt decide on that. But everything pretty fundamental, such as the
> TrustedBSD project, detracts us from reaching the goal DragonFly is
> striving towards, namely: easy and fast clustering, scalability, and
> Of course, Matt should correct me if I totally misinterpreted something,
> but this should be one of those 'wannahaves' to be put on the backburner
> for a while.
That's most fair. I would not want to compromised performance and
scalability with the overhead of security up-front. I'll hold that
thought until after a 1.0 release.
> Also, note that we're not trying to compete with OpenBSD here. The
> projects' aims lie in way different directions.
Compete was the wrong intention/word. The only competition is with the
goals of DragonFly and not other distributions. I rather like the notion
of being "hype-free" and not finding ourselves in the habit of doing
something just because somebody else does it.