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SubjectRe: Kernel tarball size
> the way they're currently done because he's used to it and feels that
> what suits him automatically suits everybody else.

don't be petty; it's you who are assuming that your interests automatically
suit everyone else. in particular, lots of people don't give a damn
about a few megs of never-compiled sources, certainly not enough to ever
screw around with the costs of potentially inconsistent "factored" sources.
there is no bandwidth argument either (patches).


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