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SubjectRe: [Ext-rt-dev] Re: [ANNOUNCE] Linux 2.6 Real Time Kernel
On Tue, 2004-10-12 at 19:17, Adam Heath wrote:
> This is because companies and inviduals still think that developing things
> privately is the correct way to go. Doing things this way will leave
> open the possibility that someone else will do the same bit of work, and
> the final output will clash.
> Remember, release early, release often.

Except that none of the parties involved claim to have solved all the
priority inheritance issues etc. "Releasing early" if it doesn't work
yet just makes you look bad. There are perfectly valid reasons to do
kernel development privately. MontaVista was doing just that and they
saw that some of their work may be duplicated so they released it. I
don't see how this conflicts with the open source development process at


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