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SubjectRe: kdbus: to merge or not to merge?
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Am Mittwoch, 24. Juni 2015, 10:05:02 schrieb Ingo Molnar:
> Not because I like it so much, but because I think the merge process
> should be stripped of politics and emotion as much as possible: if an
> initial submission is good and addresses all technical review properly,
> and if the cost to the core kernel is low, then barring alternative,
> fully equivalent and superior patch submissions, rejecting it does more
> harm than good.

Now that is an interesting challenge.

As I realize more and more we are all feeling beings.

Linus himself according to his own words as I received them wants to make
perfectly sure that the developer who receives a message from him exactly
knows how he feels, especially when he disagrees with a pull request and
does not want to take it.

To my perception the whole kernel development process is quite full of
emotion, including your message I reply to.

And now you want to get rid of it.

I bet you can.


If you remove Linus… and every other kernel developer from the development
process, including yourself.

But then, who will develop the kernel?


I think a different way to handle emotions can help and I intend handle them
this way to see what results I create this way. I am aiming to feel my
feelings as they are, instead of immediately judging them or attaching a
thought to them basically making them emotions and distorting them that way,
blocking my energy in them [1].

So I will attempt to feel my feelings before I answer again. I didn´t do so
in the last answer to you, and I think it shows.



[1] Arnold M. Patent, "You can have it all"

Thanks,
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