"In his article 'Why the Linux world should embrace the BSD's,'
Steve Lake proposed a closer cooperation between Linux and BSD.
Although I have the utmost respect for BSD and what its developers
have accomplished, I don't see what good it would do. I think his
reasoning is flawed and the arguments he uses are--at least
"First, I don't agree that the cathedral is the best development
method. There are many good programmers out there and they should
not be denied the privilege to submit code..."
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