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SubjectRe: XFS for 2.4
Quoting Tomas Szepe <>:
> On Dec-02 2003, Tue, 16:01 -0200
> Marcelo Tosatti <> wrote:
> > Its too late for it to be included in 2.4. Use 2.6 or a modified 2.4 tree.
> A: Looking good, come back later, though.
> B: Ok.
> A: Come back later.
> B: Ok.
> A: Come back later.
> B: Ok.
> A: Come back later.
> B: Ok.
> A: Sorry, you're too late.
> B: W--What?
> A: You heard me. (Also I don't like your shoes.)
> (Sounds a bit like Monty Python to me, can't help it.)

You know, that's what I've been thinking this whole time. Almost sounds like
someone has a grudge against XFS (or something/someone related to XFS).

Just my non-technical opinion.


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