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iTWire: Upstream vendors can harm small projects: OpenBSD dev

Contributed by phessler on from the the-whole-world-is-i386-on-linux dept.

OpenBSD's very own Marc Espie was interviewed by iTWire, about a mail he sent to the OpenBSD tech@ mailing list.

[I]magine you're cooking a great hamburger, and some friend comes by and tries it and tells you "oh yeah, it's fine, but it does not taste like I'm used to when I go to McDonald's".

Are you going to change your recipe so that it tastes more like McDonald's?

You can read the interview at

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