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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Remove Bitkeeper documentation from Linux tree
Daniel Phillips wrote:

> My conclusion: though there are more BK patches being applied to Linus's
> tree than non-BK, they are generating less discussion on lkml than non-BK
> patches do. Or to put it bluntly: BK patches are not being discussed.

I think your conclusion is wrong and there has always gone patches directly to
Linus even before BK. With BK we can actually see who did what and often why so if
something gets in that should not we know who to blame. If anything this should
make people think one extra time before hitting the send button.


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