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SubjectRe: editorial policy
On Friday 21 December 2001 01:33 pm, Thomas Dodd wrote:
> Benjamin LaHaise wrote:
> > GiB is not a useful standard because NOBODY USES IT. When it's in
> > common use, then consider applying it to the kernel, but please,
> > not before then.
> What better place to start "common use" then the kernel source.
> Let's lead the way, not wait around to follow others.
> Somebody has to be first, why not us?
> Then once it get more common, we will have
> been a leader forging into a brave new world :)

Maybe because there's strong resistance to the change in the very place
you'd evidently like to START the change? That's generaly a clue that
it'd be best NOT to try and make the change.

> -Thomas
> Just my 2.8 KiB worth :)
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