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SubjectRe: [bk patch] Make cardbus compile in -pre4
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>>>>> "Rob" == Rob Landley <landley@trommello.org> writes:

Rob> Optimizing the bandwidth of Linus and optimizing for the rest of the
Rob> developer community are two seperate problems which may require two seperate
Rob> toolchains. Posting a patch to the list already isn't enough to get it to
Rob> Linus. Hasn't been for a while...

Yeah, right, and now people hope that commiting to some obscure
repository will be enough get it to Linus ?

Lemme tell ya, the result is that it won't get not only to Linus, but
to the majority of the community.

Sorry, hoping that some _tool_ will solve the (supposed) problems in
the kernel development is just plain stupid.

Regards,
-velco

PS. Interesting trend to note is the usually the amount of whining is
inversely proportional to one's contribution to the kernel.
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