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SubjectRe: ZFS with Linux: An Open Plea
On Sat, Apr 14, 2007 at 09:43:29AM +1000, Neil Brown wrote:
> On Friday April 13, presently42@gmail.com wrote:
> > Before I go on, let me appologise. I don't really know what I hope to
> > accomplish, beyond trying to garner thoughts (and support?) for the topic.
> >
> > Essentially: I want to use Linux and ZFS. I don't particularly care about
> > licences
>
> You may not care about licenses, but a lot of people do. And they are
> a real issue.
>
> But I'm more interested in what you really want.
> What, specifically, is there in ZFS that you want to use in Linux?
> There is lots of interesting stuff in there, but which bit has caught
> your attention? It is possible that that functionality can be
> incorporated into Linux without trying to clone or copy ZFS.

Linux definitly missed the hype value. So everyone please start blogs
and do a of handwaving to get the mindspehere in web 2.0 back..

/me sighs
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