Reiser4 - Evolution or Intelligent Design?
Posted Aug 7, 2006 5:51 UTC (Mon) by csawtell
In reply to: Reiser4 - Evolution or Intelligent Design?
Parent article: Debating reiser4 - again
umm, the world has access to reiser4
In the strict sense of the word that's true, but in practise it's not
true. To the best my knowledge none of the major distributions have a
module for it in the install CDs.
what's being asked for is for the kernel maintaineers to accept
responsibility for maintaining it forever (well, 10 years or so,
You mean like devfs was?
If Reiser4 turns out to be a bad-mutation just like devfs was, it can be
removed, especially if it's marked as experimental until it's more proven.
there's no right to have anything accepted into the kernel,
especially when it carries a substantial maintinance burden with
Does it, really? I don't think Hans Reiser and his team, have plans to
walk off this mortal coil as soon Reiser4 is accepted into the mainline
kernel. Note that Reiser4 works exceptionally well _right now_.
When making any technical decision, it's important to keep the mind clear
of influences caused by personality differences, nationalistic feelings,
or earlier misunderstandings.
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