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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] Remove Bitkeeper documentation from Linux tree
    On Sat, Apr 20, 2002 at 12:01:35AM +0200, Daniel Phillips wrote:

    > My conclusion: though there are more BK patches being applied to Linus's
    > tree than non-BK, they are generating less discussion on lkml than non-BK
    > patches do. Or to put it bluntly: BK patches are not being discussed.

    Or maybe using a SCM puts more pressure on the developper which
    writes better code, which will get accepted with less discussion.

    In general, when you seek discussion with a quick and dirty piece
    of code, you post a patch, not the BK equivalent, since you know
    this will not get accepted anyway...

    Stelian.
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