Polling the community

Josef Karthauser joe at pavilion.net
Fri Aug 18 13:35:43 BST 2000

As already mentioned on this list, if you're building your
own machine http://www.pcicase.co.uk/19/page7.html looks good :)

(Just received delivery of one - they're not bad.)


On Fri, Aug 18, 2000 at 01:01:04PM +0100, Roger Hardiman wrote:
> Nik
> > Every now and then BSDi are going to want to know how
> > the wider user community perceives things.
> > eg can they can get hardware from BSDi
> With my University Staff hat on, 50/50. I need to buy cheap
> hardware so BSDi beanded may be too expensive.
> But then I build machines myself.
> If I was in the habbit of buying Dell machines like
> the rest of my department, I would buy BSDi instead.
> However when it comes to expansion cards, like
> Modems, SCSI cards, RAID cards, etc, getting them from BSDi
> with a "Works on FreeBSD" sticker would be worth a little
> extra.
> > 'Community advisory board' (or whatever)
> I think that is a good idea.
> Infact, rather than set up a new mailing list, I would
> expect posting to this, the UK User Group pages would be
> ok.
> Roger
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