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    SubjectRe: [offtopic] funny BSD people
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    Sprach Dancer <dancer@zeor.simegen.com>:
    > "Albert D. Cahalan" wrote:
    > > BSD people agree that Linux stole the BSD IP stack:

    Speaking as someone who was around at the time.

    Net-2 was based on BSD's stack. They wanted our math emulator,
    we wanted their stack. We traded. But we've since gone to Net-3.

    Either that or it was Net-1 that was BSD's stack and we're on Net-2 now.
    Don't ask me, I'm just a programmer.

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