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SubjectRe: Linux should define ENOTSUP
Ulrich Drepper wrote:
> On 12/6/06, H. Peter Anvin <hpa@zytor.com> wrote:
>> That's largely already the case, mostly because there is unfortunately
>> still a fair bit of rubber-stamping Solaris going on.
>
> Don't say that, Peter.
>
> I'm working on the committee now for many years and got most changes I
> (and those telling me their wishes) wanted through. This is very much
> a technically oriented working group, not political. In fact, of the
> regular members there are more with stakes in Linux than any of the
> other OSes combined. If there are problems people perceive they can
> file bugs on the OpenGroup's site
> (http://www.opengroup.org/austin/defectform.html) or tell me about it.
>

I'm quite aware of that, but I still think Sun has more resources to get
their particular viewpoint through the committee -- it's just a matter
of resources at hand. I myself had to largely drop out due to other
pressures, for example.

Now, I'm much happier with Solaris being rubber-stamped than some other
possibilities. However, it's very easy to sweep concerns under the rug
by saying "legacy, out of scope."

-hpa
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