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SubjectRe: ioctls, etc. (was Re: [PATCH 1/4] sas: add flag for locally attached PHYs)
--- Christoph Hellwig <hch@infradead.org> wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 22, 2005 at 12:42:27PM +0200, Stefan Richter wrote:
> > A. Post mock-ups and pseudo code about how to change the core, discuss.
> > B. Set up a scsi-cleanup tree. In this tree,
> > 1. renovate the core (thereby break all command set drivers and
> > all transport subsystems),
>
> No way. Doing things from scatch is a really bad idea. See how far we came
> with Linux 2.6 scsi vs 2.4 scsi without throwing everything away and break
> the
> world. Please submit changes to fix _one_ thing at a time and fix all users.
> Repeat until done or you don't care anymore.

No offence Christoph, but who are you again?

There is a clear reason why you among others do not want new architecture.
And that reason is (people) obsoletion.

Such political stance cannot go on forever -- just look at History.
Sooner or later things change and they change radically. The question
is How prepared are you/we to cope with this (inevitable) change?

Either way, obsoletion or adoption -- think about it, it doesn't only apply
to computer and OS design, it applies to everything.

Luben




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