Programming is not just an act of telling a computer what to do: it
is also an act of telling other programmers what you wished the
computer to do. Both are important, and the latter deserves care.
-- Andrew Morton
Dammit, I'm continually surprised by the *idiots* out there that
don't understand that binary compatibility is one of the absolute
top priorities. The *only* reason for an OS kernel existing in the
first place is to serve user-space. The kernel has no relevance on
its own. Breaking existing binaries - and then not acknowledging
how horribly bad that was - is just about the *worst* offense any
kernel developer can do.
-- Linus Torvalds
Kernel developers have thick heads, in most cases thicker than
-- Borislav Petkov
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