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SubjectRe: 463 kernel developers missing!
On 30-07-08 14:46, Adrian Bunk wrote:

> On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 10:37:34AM +0200, Stefan Richter wrote:
>> Adrian Bunk wrote:
>> ...
>>> but as soon as someone puts an email address into a kernel commit
>>> Google will anyway find it:
>> This doesn't justify what Jon did though.
>>
>> Jon created a new database out of formerly disparate datasets, even
>> though we didn't provide him these datasets for this purpose. The fact
>> that the means to create this database are rather trivial and cheap do
>> not mean that we implicitly agreed to what he did or that it wouldn't
>> matter whether we agree to it or not.
>> ...
>
> You certified:

You only certify anything when _you_ put your address in. Given that
it's a very common occurence that not you but _others_ do, this does not
mean a _single_ thing. Tested-by, Bisected-by, what have you...

But let us leave this discussion be. It's not going anywhere anyway.

Rene.



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