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SubjectRe: Linux-2.1.98..

Well, small suggestion, we get linus to use procmail and have
people prefix patches with a subject of PATCH, that way at least the
patches has some chance of making it into an archive and Linus can persue
it when he comes out of diaperhell. I was just on vacation with my cousin
who has a 10 week old baby, and even though she is the most well behaved
baby that i have ever seen, my cousin and her husband still look frazzled
so I can only imagine what Linus is going through right now.

--Jauder

On Fri, 24 Apr 1998, Alan Cox wrote:

> > Saying each time "while Linus is in diaperville everyone just use the
> > CVS tree" is wrong, because it's nice for the moment and for the
> > developers who want to get their stuff in quickly "somewhere" (and
>
> I meant for people who wanted to _test_ current networking/sound/video
> while Linus is out.
>
> > here is where the Linus model breaks down, there is no "somewhere" to
> > queue your patches in some semi-permanent manner, we've tried to do
> > that with vger for a while, but it breaks down) but later it's a pain
> > in the ass for me and for Linus because I have to split up 2MB of
> > diffs each round and get them to him cleanly, and worse yet some of
> > these patches end up overlapping so sending completely clean stuff is
> > an utter nightmare.
>
> There isnt an answer to this one unless Linus changes his way of working
> and we find a way we can do that without losing the advantages of the Linus
> Torvalds bogoid code filter or someone teaches him to use a condom ;)
>
>
> Alan
>
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