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SubjectRe: obsolete code must die
On Wed, 13 Jun 2001, Daniel wrote:

>i386, i486
>The Pentium processor has been around since 1995. Support for these older
>processors should go so we can focus on optimizations for the pentium and
>better processors.

Boy, if this isn't a troll, I don't know what is. Obviously
someone doesn't grok the kernel development processes very well.
Newbie here?

One needn't even *be* a kernel hacker to understand why all of
the stuff stated is totally not going to happen, and there would
be no benefit to doing so.

Mike A. Harris - Linux advocate - Open Source advocate
Opinions and viewpoints expressed are solely my own.
Foot and mouth disease is believed by experts to be the first virus
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