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SubjectRe: Coding style - a non-issue
On Sat, 1 Dec 2001, Alan Cox wrote:

> > "it works/does not work for me" is not testing. Testing
> > is _actively_ trying to break things, _very_ preferably
> > by another person that wrote the code and to do it
> > in documentable and reproducible way. I don't see many
> > people doing it.
>
> If you want a high quality, tested supported kernel which has been through
> extensive QA then use kernel for a reputable vendor, or do the QA work
> yourself or with other people. We have kernel janitors, so why not kernel QA
> projects ?

I know a Co. that has its headquarters about 200 miles north of where I
live that has the more organized development/qa cycle and still I won't change
Linux for their kernel even under weapon menace.



- Davide


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