There is free speech and there is being an annoying twat. This user is exercising his right to the latter.
Is the goal to make it as good as Lunix?
You're doing God's work, junker.
If I had to guess, it seems Parsifal is trying to learn as much as he can as well as give back to the community that has benefited him for so long.
What makes OpenBSD preferable to Linux?
Problems to fix (in no particular order)Submit patch against the net/pidgin port to make nick colours in MUCs deterministic. I've been using this patch for a few weeks at the office, so I know it works well, I just need to send it to the developers.Fix a typo in pfsync(4) I happened to notice.
Read through the sndio(7) audio subsystem source code, and understand how it fits together. Exercise: Try writing a headphone crossfeed DSP for sndio.
Decided to have a poke at this. Turns out the sndio framework has changed a lot since this paper was published; they've adopted a simpler but less flexible architecture, so writing a DSP is going to be more challenging.
This week is a bit special. I am going to troubleshoot why my window manager (i3) isn't correctly picking up my Mod keystrokes on my new iBook, so I can begin using X seriously.
Now that I've installed OpenBSD on my primary workstation, it's time to get this started again.This weekend, I intend to keep working on my Perl bindings for libsndio, as well as trying to write a port. Things I'd like to write ports for include: - Ardour 3 - bash-completion - daemontools - xpra - various libraries I rely on for scripts and what notI'm sure I'll think of more as time goes on.
Apparently nothing got done this week...