Don't look back and grieve over the past for it is gone.
Do not be troubled about the future, for it has yet to come.
Unwittingly all open source projects were operating with a walled garden approach. Your lips move but broken audio mutes what you're saying. I pondered our recent efforts to fix random functions via standards bodies, and considered the real possibility of my being harmed by the failure of an embedded 32 bit linux device in 2038, and then this this song just wrote itself in about 10 minutes. Secure by default Can't fight the Systemagic Über tragic Can't fight the Systemagic Sexty second, black cat struck Breeding worm of crypto-suck Hot rod box unt hunting wake Vampire omellete, kitten cake Crackin' ze boardroom, Crackin' ze vault Rippin' ze bat, HEY!
Every 6 months the Open BSD project has the pleasure to release our software with artwork and a matching song. As the author of a number of the Open BSD songs, I'll admit that sometimes it's a bit of a chore.Theo and some other developers mutate a theme (from a classical setting, a movie, or some genre) into the fishy world of Puffy, to describe some advance, event or controversy the project went through over the previous six months. Theo bugs me to help him out, often with a theme, and eventually I relent and devote an evening to it.And the minute you open it up, you never know what's going to come in.But when it does, you've just got to go for it, cause if you don't, there's no point in being here." "I know we'll be friends for life, sharing our dreams together.As we walk down the road, we'll never think twice, these memories are made forever.
And though we're off to different worlds, somehow we're together...because deep within our heart...these memories are made forever." "I've learned that you should always leave loved ones with loving words. I've learned that heroes are people who do what has to be done when it needs to be done, regardless of the consequences.
I've learned that true friendship continues to grow even over the longest distance.
Same goes for true love.""The friend who can be silent with us in a moment of despair or confusion, who can stay with us in an hour of grief and bereavement, who can tolerate not knowing, not curing, not healing, and face us with the reality of our powerlessness.
Oh, when I look back now, I can see we all have nothing When it all can be... The source tree just got too big, Too many diffs, too unreliable, Too few people had any access; Got to open it up now and forever Everyone needs to see the history. Let's count in log: 314544 commits from developers 43.67 commits per day on average 351 hackers and slackers through the years Proactive security and sane defaults Puffy becomes better than ever before Free, functional, and secure by default With every release, Puffy becomes better, so much better all the time. Found a way down through 10 levels of hell And looking there, I noticed more to fix. The juxtaposition of working on the very real with the surreal going on around you can often make working on such projects feel like you're in a bit of an altered reality.. A number of us have had many years like this in the last 20. Composition, arrangement, recording by Jonathan Lewis. Two months of intense development later, Libre SSL was released.
Sometimes when I look for something Reading ancient tarballs with despair I wonder what they were thinking. With every release, Puffy becomes better, so much better all the time. With every release, Puffy becomes better, so much better all the time. #unifdef, and rewrite that cut this out, and hear it splat. The bigger questions remain for the open source development community to answer: why did this occur?
And now the times have changed Repos on the web, git, now githubs everywhere. Lyrics, composition, arrangement, and recording by Joerg Jung. Edited, composed, and arranged on Open BSD using Audacity, CMU Flite, and Schism Tracker. Found my way upstairs and read hackernews whining about comic sans and CVS. Why is the Open SSL code base so hard to understand?