[TUHS] Code bloat (was: How Unix brings people together, or it's a small...)

Greg 'groggy' Lehey grog at lemis.com
Wed Feb 8 12:55:38 AEST 2017

On Tuesday,  7 February 2017 at 15:38:40 -0800, Steve Johnson wrote:
> Looking back, the social dynamics of the Unix group helped a lot in
> keeping the bloat small.   The rule was, whoever touches something
> last becomes its owner.  Of course, we were all free to complain
> about things, and did, but the amalgamation of tinkerings that
> characterizes most of the Linux commands just didn't happen. 

Out of interest: where do you (or others) consider that the current
BSD projects it in this comparison?

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