On 2012-08-11 03:21, Andres Perera wrote:
> i find it hard to believe you're involved in such project. "more
> portable", "more secure" don't mean anything unless details are
> involved. i mean, if it runs on your target hosts, what could "more
> portable" possibly mean?
> it's better to say: i'm trying out these two and i want a comparison.
> lying, saying your boss wants a bsd solution, doesn't make it seem
> more important!
I didn't expect to find a clairvoyant on this mailing list.
Only, for the record: I said "client", not "boss"; I did not
say "I was involved", but that simply that "I was asked",
which is different; and I did candidly admit upfront that I
do not know much about BSDs, and that I was collecting
information; lastly, details *are*, of course, involved (as
with any project), but I simply did not feel the need to
mention them, since to me they seemed (and still seem)
irrelevant to the specific question I was asking.
So, I really do not understand the rationale of you
accusing me of lying on the basis of one email
(incidentally, my very first email to this list). Above all, I
do not understand the aggressive tone...