And that concept can be brought to its logical conclusion: i think
it's only a matter of time until someone takes the Linux kernel,
integrates klibc and a toolchain into it with some good initial
userspace and goes wild with that concept, as a single, sane, 100%
self-hosting and self-sufficient OSS project, tracking the release
schedule of the Linux kernel.
-- Ingo Molnar
The minimal patchset is too minimal for Oren's use and the maximal
patchset seems to have run aground on general kernel sentiment. So
I guess you either take the minimal patchset and make it less
minimal or take the maximal patchset and make it less maximal,
ending up with the same thing. How's that for hand-waving useless
-- Andrew Morton
I've told people this before, and I'll tell it again: when I flame
submaintainers, they should try to push the pain down. I'm not
really asking those submaintainers to clean up all the stuff they
are getting: I'm basically asking people to say "no", or at least
push back a lot, and argue with the people who send you code. Tell
them what you don't like about the code, and tell them that you
can't take it any more.
-- Linus Torvalds
The mobile space is about proprietary drivers.
-- Mark Charlebois, Qualcomm Innovation Center (on stage at the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit)
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