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SubjectRE: any chance of 2.6.0-test*?
On Sun, 2003-01-12 at 15:23, Mikael Starvik wrote:
> Why do you think Linus would not be capable of deciding
> the best code to do a certain sequence of operations
> in Linux?

Did I imply he was incapable? Of course, making decisions requires
input, and I was simply offerring input. Whether or not he reads my
input is entirely up to him. My advice is free, and as such is given at
face value.

> In short: Linus and others does not care at all what you

If he didn't care he wouldn't write back with such strong words as
[Nicklaus Wirth] "doesn't have a frigging clue."

Obviously Mr. Torvalds cares about the topic enough to say something.
He has no obligation to explain his position to me, though. I'm a
nobody.

-Rob

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