> People need to know what journaling was introduced, and clearly it is not here to preserve
> your little settings you got smashed because you wanted to play World of Goo. Get serious.
If journaling is not for that, then I want something which is! And yes, I do want to play World of Goo!
Why should I give a damn about the filesystem structure except as a prerequisite to being able to
get to my files. I want my files, and that means file *content*. So I want a system which does a
reasonably reliably job of ensuring that content doesn't disappear. Ext3 is such a system. Maybe it
was unintentional at the time it was designed, but now that it's recognized as a good idea, let's
*keep* making systems that work as well as it!