A large part of kernel history is currently practically locked into
bk. bk isn't doing what I need, so naturally I'm looking for
alternatives, but I don't have the freedom to take my data and try
it with some other tool. Was that really part of the deal when bk
was introduced that I'm denied of this freedom?
-- Roman Zippel
It's exactly the same as a file system. If you put some files into
a file system does the file system creator owe you the knowledge of
how those files are maintained in the file system? Since when is
that part of the deal?
-- Larry McVoy
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