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SubjectRe: obsolete code must die
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Hi Andrew,

Thanks for your email. I am aware of the "traditions" of the Linux kernel,
and this is really why I wanted to start a discussion going about this.
Basically one of the things I am wondering is how complex the kernel code
can grow to become. All I am proposing is that old features start becoming
deprecated and eventually removed.

What I'd like to know is this -- will support for the i386, say, ever go
away? What if the hardware is no longer in existence/used by anyone? will
support stay in the kernel?

This is the main point I wanted to make, and I guess I should have been
clearer about this.

Daniel
----- Original Message -----
From: "Andrew Pimlott" <andrew@pimlott.ne.mediaone.net>
To: "Daniel" <ddickman@nyc.rr.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2001 8:47 PM
Subject: Re: obsolete code must die


> Do you realize how violently your suggestions conflict with the
> goals, practices, and traditions of Linux? I don't mean any
> offense, but you should really learn more about Linux development
> before making broad suggestions.
>
> Andrew

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