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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Remove Bitkeeper documentation from Linux tree

On Sat, 20 Apr 2002, Roman Zippel wrote:
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> They are lots of kernel projects, which use cvs, but noone before
> considered submitting extensive cvs documentation into the kernel.

More importantly, there was no way in hell I would synchronize with a CVS
tree, so CVS was a non-entity as far as patch submittal was concerned.

The BK documentation is _nothing_ more than a alternative to
"SubmittingPatches".

Anyway, I'm not going to discuss this any more. If somebody has actual
construcive ideas about trying to improve other tools or putting the BK
docs in some place that is equally obvious and easily available for all
parties but somehow "less disturbing" to people with a weak stomach, go
for it. But I'm not interested in yet another religious whine-war.

Linus

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