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SubjectRe: Linux 2.6.21
David Miller wrote:

>> > I reported a bug that eats people's hard disks due to a bug
>> > in the X.ORG PCI support code on sparc, NOBODY has fixed
>> > the bug in 2 years even though a full bugzilla entry with
>> > even a full patch fix is in there.
>>
>> Well but at least they could find it again if they wanted.
>> If you sent it by email and it had gotten lost for some reason
>> (nobody interested, which seems to be the real issue here) then
>> it would be lost forever.
>
> WRONG! If I have sent it to the main developer list the damn patch
> would be applied by now.

Why didn't you do it then? Why didn't you send your patch to the main
developer?
Wouldn't be your problem fixed if you did it?


> WHY?
>
> BECAUSE EMAIL ENGAGES PEOPLE AND BUGZILLA DOES NOT!

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Tomasz Chmielewski
http://wpkg.org

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