A long ago, in days of yore, it all began with a god named Thor.
There were vikings and boats and some plans for a Linux kernel
header. Unfortunately, a single 8-bit field was used for
bootloader type and version.
-- H. Peter
; vikings never were good at forward compatibility
"I want" isn't a good policy for the introduction of ugly as sin long
term interfaces into the kernel. Besides which you argument doesn't
actually make sense anyway.
-- Alan Cox
This release, I'm only going to pull trees that don't do crazy shit.
-- Linus Torvalds
draws a line in the sand
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