Kernel Summit 2006: Development process II
Posted Jul 19, 2006 23:34 UTC (Wed) by neilbrown
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One of the many colourful characters in the kernel community is
He has very high standards and wants to do what he can to keep the
kernel code up to those standards. So he sometimes reviews other peoples
code that gets submitted to the kernel - a very important and often valuable service.
Christop seems to perfer bluntness to tact (and is not alone in this).
If he thinks your code is rubish, he will tell you in very clear terms.
Some people find this bluntness a bit too painful or confusing, and
choose to leave the party, which is unfortunate.
So to be "Christophed" is to be told - with fairly precise detail -
exactly why your code is below standard.
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