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SubjectRe: Why Linux is doomed
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In article <linux.kernel.199906240100.VAA09552@renoir.op.net>,
Paul Barton-Davis <pbd@Op.Net> wrote:
>>From: leitner@convergence.de
>
>>It is people like me who do the quality assurance for Linux.
>>People like me who complain. And if there is just _one_ goof like the
>>FAT problem, there are literally thousands of people who will run into
>>this problem and be discouraged to upgrade their kernel in the future.
>
>You just don't get it do you ?
>
>We don't *want* "people" upgrading their kernels to any development
>version.

You may not.

But you're not Linus, so it may be a bit presumptious to speak
for him.


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david parsons \bi/ if nobody tests the kernels, would
\/ that make them better?
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