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SubjectRe: Possible breakthrough in the CML2 logjam?
"Eric S. Raymond" wrote:
> Larry McVoy <lm@bitmover.com>:
> > > I need you to tell Linus that your concerns have been met
> > > and sponsor CML2 to go in, so I can stop perpetually re-fighting old
> > > battles.
> >
> > That's a fine thing for anyone and everyone to say *after* they have
> > used the system and like it.
> >
> > If you are asking for a blessing in advance, which is how I read that,
> > I would think there is zero chance of that happening, it's not how work
> > is done on the kernel.
>
> We're talking about design objections here. Specific objections to actual
> CML2 bugs, including rulebase and UI bugs, are a different level. What
> I am asking is if Jeff will bless the *architecture* provided the global-
> dependency issue is met.

Larry's right. I won't (and notice, did not in previous e-mail) provide
a pre-blessing. I will promise to be fair.

But as I said, let's wait a bit and see what others say. Alan for
example noted that bit about improving the existing tools.

Jeff



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