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Re: [Plex86-devel] Idea for running multiple OSs

From: Bob Diepenbrock
Subject: Re: [Plex86-devel] Idea for running multiple OSs
Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2003 09:22:31 -0600

>>> Drew Northup N1XIM <address@hidden> 02/26/03 14:57 PM >>>
I do not wish to stifle random innovative thoughts, however I have dealt
with a mailing list getting "hijacked" before and have a low tolerance
for what I see as off topic discussions taking place on a developers
list.  If there is some real way in which these ideas are useful to this
community--then by all means keep up the discussion.  Otherwise, and I
really don't mean to be rude, please continue elsewhere.

On Wed, 2003-02-26 at 11:00, Derek Broughton wrote:
> From: "Drew Northup N1XIM" <address@hidden>
> > This is all really cool--but it belongs elsewhere (unless you want to be
> > the one to write the Bochs/Plex86 ACPI support code).
> Why would anyone want to stifle discussion of possible development on a
> developer's list?  At this point, it's a "concept" - ie, NOBODY will be 
> writing
> support code.  But it was a concept that Cam saw as appropriate to Plex86.  If
> you don't think so, then feel free to point out why it can't/shouldn't work in
> Plex86.  Once sufficient reason has been given to consider it worthwile, or 
> not,
> is the time that it becomes appropriate to suggest that it should be discussed
> elsewhere if nobody wants to run with it here.
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