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SubjectRe: obsolete code must die
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In list.kernel, you wrote:

>i think we are all missing the ball here: i am happy when i see driver
>support for a piece of hardware that i have _NEVER_ heard of and at most
>_ONE_ person uses it. why? it means more stuff works in linux. we
>dont need to defend how many people use hardware X. if you have X, good
>for you. if not, you dont care, but at least good for linux as a whole.

Good Point!

>lets stop fanning the flames and let this (Microsoft-using, as Rik
>pointed out) troll die off.

Agreed, he made the filter already. But it was good for some laughs,
checking a few cobwebs and I really didn't see flames. Plus I got to
test my new mailing list archive.
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