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The Grand Unification Theory

May 06, 2008, 19:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Hans Bezemer)

[ Thanks to Hans Bezemer for this link. ]

"Let me tell you a little story, before you try to explain 'The Grand Unification Theory' to me again. 386BSD was written mainly by Berkeley alumni Lynne Jolitz and William Jolitz. After the release of 386BSD 0.1, a group of users began collecting bug fixes and enhancements, releasing them as an unofficial patchkit. Due to differences of opinion between the Jolitzes and the patchkit maintainers over the future direction and release schedule of 386BSD, the maintainers of the patchkit founded the FreeBSD project in 1993 to continue their work.

"Around the same time, the NetBSD project was founded by a different group of 386BSD users, with the aim of unifying 386BSD with other strands of BSD development into one multi-platform system..."

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