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+IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2011-07-09
+ <antrik> gnu_srs1: regarding your question why people aren't interested in
+ workin on Hurd: Eric Raymond explains it pretty well in his famous
+ "Cathedral and Bazaar" paper
+ <antrik> people are more likely to work on something that *almost* works
+ for them, and where they only have to fill in a few missing bits
+ <antrik> the Hurd doesn't almost work for anyone
+ <antrik> actually, you should probably reread the whole paper. it's
+ essentially an analysis why the Hurd failed compared to Linux