At 23:30 06/02/02, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
>On Wed, 06 Feb 2002, Robert Gallagher wrote:
>> > Well as far as I know there's a FreeBSD source tree
> > committer in Trinity (he works on the tcp/ip stack)
> > but that could be the one on the list :)
>>I know Dave Malone has some code (however small) in the BSD kernel. Don't
>know if it's him.
Err, that could have been me... I was in the middle of commenting on this,
when I looked at the survey details, and remembered filling out such a
survey a while back.
They just spammed a random 10% of sourceforge developers.
If it *was* me, the ironic thing is, any developement I have done has
always been non-sourceforge stuff. I log in maybe once every 6 weeks or so.
I just happen to be signed up on a project that a friend and I set up, but
never actually did anything with.
They also spammed a linux kernel list, but the results aren't in yet from that.
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