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SubjectRe: obsolete code must die
Em Wed, Jun 13, 2001 at 09:55:54PM -0400, Horst von Brand escreveu:
> "Daniel" <ddickman@nyc.rr.com> said:
> > I really think doing a clean up is worthwhile. Maybe while looking for stuff
> > to clean up we'll even be able to better comment the existing code. Any
> > other features people would like to get rid of? Any comments or suggestions?
> > I'd love to start a good discussion about this going so please send me your
> > 2 cents.
>
> Try it, and come back with patches.

hey, the KJP needs volunteers to tackle this bug/cleanup list:

http://bazar.conectiva.com.br/~acme/TODO

More info available at http://kernel-janitor.sourceforge.net/, the Stanford
Checker also found bugs that have to be fixed (link provided in the KJP
page), please help.

As for what I want to get rid of? Bugs, getting rid of those would be
excellent ;)

- Arnaldo (the one that is porting a network stack to 2.4 that would warrant
death penalty if Daniel was the judge ;) )
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