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SubjectRe: 2.1.118 Tons of oopes


On Sat, 29 Aug 1998, Richard Gooch wrote:
> Yes. If you break something, you should justify why. People are
> entitled to see what the reasoning is and to challenge that reasoning
> if they see it as flawed.

I already sent you one email, I don't appreciate being Cc'd on all these
stupid flames.

The justification is that I put "flush" in where I thought it belonged. I
end up maintaining the kernel for YEARS, and as such to me it makes a ton
of difference where things logically belong, because it makes it easier
to maintain a logical piece of code than a piece of crap.

The fact that it makes for a week of inconvenience for some people matters
to me not a whit.

So please, guys, just stop discussing it. Or at least remove me from the
cc's,

Linus


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