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SubjectRe: Slow DOWN, please!!!


On Wed, 30 Apr 2008, Chris Friesen wrote:
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> He did say that he was testing 2.6.25, and that suspend-to-disk was
> broken in 2.6.25.

Neither of which had anything to do with the whole "slow down" argument.

If you have a bug, make a bug report, and push it, and make people aware
of it. But don't make it an argument for development to slow down.

Should we all stand around with our thumbs up our *ss because somebody has
a bug? Should the other developers just stop, because suspend-to-disk is
broken for somebody? Should everything come to a standstill because David
Newall doesn't like how there are other things going on that are
independent of _his_ problems?

Do you really believe that?

Linus


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