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SubjectRe: [PATCH] KERN_INFO for devfs
On Wed, Jan 30, 2002 at 11:04:49AM -0700, Richard Gooch wrote:
> I'd prefer if tree maintainers (that means you, Alan:-) don't apply
> devfs patches that didn't come from me. I've already posted a patch
> which cleans up *all* the remaining printk()'s. In fact, it's a pair
> of patches, one for 2.4.x and one for 2.5.x. That was yesterday. Today
> I'm still seeing this thread being beaten to death.

First, before I get to my point, I want to say that I fully understand
your argument, and I also bitch when people patch the files I maintain.


That is courtesy, not a right or need. The -beauty- of open source is
that anyone can hack on my files, or devfs, and if the patch makes
sense, it will get applied, regardless of whether I am a crotchety old
a-hole or not. (I am :))


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