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Re: Latest ISO

From: justin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 22:01:32 -0500 (EST)

> That's kinda what I thought. Thanks! I plan to make BSD my new OS of
> choice
> and it seems DragonFly ought to be a perfect fit. I wish I knew C/C++ and
> more of OS design, but I'm a paid web developer - just PHP/MySQL/etc for
> now.

Oh, there's plenty you can do - the DragonFly Log
(shiningsilence.com/dbsdlog) keeps me plenty busy, and it's really just a
blog.  Put your skills to work on something like Freshports/FreeBSD Diary
( freshports.org or freebsddiary.org )

Pick a certain task, like setting up Mozilla with a Flash plugin, or a
DHCP server for an internal network, and do it, writing down what you do. 
Post it on docs and I (or someone else) can turn it into part of the

There's already a good number of very skilled coders working on DragonFly;
more wouldn't be bad, but it's also helpful to have other types of work
making the "ecosystem".  Think of how many Linux or Windows websites and
products and etc. there are that don't require the creators to have C

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