KVM, QEMU, and kernel project management
Posted Mar 26, 2010 9:37 UTC (Fri) by mingo
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When those "multiple people" will submit patches, said patches will be
reviewed. Use distinctive subjects and do that in a separate thread.
Sorry, but what is your point?
And talk like a human - anything containing gems like "to jump to the next
level of technological quality" will get a chance to find out which level
of technological quality /dev/null has.
LOL. Nice soundbite, but is it fair for you to say that?
You characterise our efforts with a condescending tone but you don't actually make a point so it's hard for me to reply with exact details ...
Regarding "the next technological level" - that just matches our experience when we moved to tools/perf/. It's truly better compared to hacking on a separated package: it's more efficient, it leads to more and better changes, all in one it results in fundamentally better technology.
I shortened that into the "next level" because i think it is exactly that and i think you should try those waters before you form an opinion. (You, despite flaming it strongly, have still not tried to contribute a single line to that effort. You are certainly welcome!)
Al, a year ago you opposed the tools/perf/ move with very strong language and you predicted dire consequences before Linus said that he thinks you are wrong and overruled your opinion.
In hindsight (we are one year into tools/perf/) did your negative predictions about tools/perf/ materialize?
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