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SubjectRe: devfs
On Tue, Nov 12, 2002 at 10:25:35AM +0000, Ian Molton wrote:
> > Again, WE ARE IN FEATURE FREEZE.
> And since when did feature freeze affect, as the guy said, *purely*
> userspace implementations?
Since it would a *feature* to move it out of kernel space.
To reiterate : _FEATURE_ _FREEZE_. Nothing[1] new[2]
should be going into mainline at this point.

We should now be in the stabilising period, where we don't require
testers to have to upgrade their userspace every fortnight.

Dave

[1] Rusty's modules rewrite and whatever else Linus queed up
seems to have exemption from this rule. Hopefully there
isn't too much of this stuff.
[2] Where 'new' can also mean 'bloody large reimplementation'

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