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SubjectRe: too much untested code in new kernels (fwd)
On Sat, 4 Jan 1997, Andrew E. Mileski wrote:

> Yes, but I'd word it differently. AFAIK, their purpose is to introduce
> new code (throw it against the wall and see if it sticks) and fix bugs.

One of the things that I *like* best about linux is that "it" is not
afraid to change for the better even if "it" risks a bit of breakage. The
day that linux can't break for a little while to make "itself" better is
the day that I switch to Microcruft (well, that is a bit extreme, maybe
to freeBSD).

Ed Welbon; welbon@bga.com;






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