With netlink you can do whatever you like - it is like ioctl but
without the guilt.
-- Neil Brown
What you've created is no longer a single project, it is called a
distro, and you're being short-sighted and anti-social to think
you can garner more support than all of those individual packages
you forked. This is why most developers work upstream and let the
goodness propagate down from the top like molten sugar of each
granular package on a flan where it is collected from the rich
custard channel sitting on a distribution plate below before the
big hungry mouth of the consumer devours it and incorporates it
into their infrastructure.
-- Zachary Amsden
(Thanks to Michael S. Tsirkin)
What happens is that hundreds of bug reports land in my inbox and I
get to route them to various maintainers, most of whom don't exist,
so warnings keep on landing in my inbox. Please send a mailing
address for my invoices.
It would be more practical, more successful and quicker to hunt
down the miscreants and send them rude emails. Plus it would save
-- Andrew Morton
I guess you are talking to the wrong person as i actually have
implemented ls functionality in the kernel, using async IO concepts
and extreme threading ;-) It was a bit crazy, but was also the
fastest FTP server ever running on this planet.
-- Ingo Molnar
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