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SubjectRe: 2.4.19-preX: What we really need: -AA patches finally in the tree
<massive snippage>

> That sounds very nice, but in practice it means it would never happen, and
> you know it.

Excuse me...I've been a lurker and sometimes tester since 2.0.*. I've
been working my way through man (3) to learn enough to submit a coherent
patch and I don't appreciate you telling me I can't do it. I've searched
your submissions to LKML and all I see are opinions, ie ==

> This process could take six months to a year, after which we can start the
> process with the scheduler.

Who exactly are "we" anyway? I know it's not me because I haven't
contributed DIDDLY for code just yet.

Just a note: CD Burner, Parport/ECP/EPP/Zip broken with 2.4.17, will try
2.4.19. 2.4.18 too ugly to test.

Apologies to the kernel-list, I usually try to limit my noise...


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