Who wrote 2.6.33
Posted Feb 18, 2010 19:19 UTC (Thu) by efexis
In reply to: Who wrote 2.6.33
Parent article: Who wrote 2.6.33
"where the two categories "None" and "Unknown" are at the top of the list"
Out of context, they yes do look to be at the top of the list. Within context, however, the collection referred to as '(none)' is merely above the list, for purpose of completeness if nothing else, as the list that is being discussed is as the title says: "Most active 2.6.33 employers"... as '(none)' isn't an employer, it can't be top of the list of active employers, which means that RedHat is at the top. By definition.
As with '(unknown)', it's highly unlikely that all the changes under '(unknown)' are from a single employer, so it's unlikely that from that collection there is going to be someone who can top RedHat in the list.
"I observed that "number three in the list" is not "top of the list""
Nup, you observed that you can be top of one set without being top of all sets :-)
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