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SubjectRe: ECN: Volunteers needed
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Followup to:  <Pine.LNX.4.21.0105091249520.23642-100000@scotch.homeip.net>
By author: God <atm@sdk.ca>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
>
> Agreed. For now ECN has been disabled here. I got tired of so many sites
> not supporting it that I gave up. Maybe by 2.8.x kernels it will be worth
> turning back on. Thats not to say however that I don't like what the ECN
> people are trying to do, rather its causing me more grief with it on, then
> the grief I get with it off.
>

I suspect that the main way to get this thing fixed is to make sure
ECN is enabled on the server side; for example, we have turned on ECN
on kernel.org. If a user is using a broken software stack, it's their
loss, not ours.

-hpa
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