Somebody is trying to kill all the kernel developers.
First we had two earthquakes - fine, this week God not only hates
republicans, but apparently us kernel developers too. But we kernel
developers laugh in the face of danger, and a 5.5 earthquake just
makes us whimper and hide in the closet for a while.
But after we've stopped cowering in the closet, there's a knock on
the door, and the conference organizers are handing out skate
boards, with the innocent explanations of "We're in San Diego,
If that's not a sign of somebody trying to kill us, I don't know
Regarding Linux, obviously Linus Torvalds isn't enforcing his own
copyrights through [the Software Freedom] Conservancy, but I
recently asked Linus at a party: "Are you mad at me for doing GPL
enforcement for Linux?" Linus answered: "No. In fact, part of the
reason I didn't require copyright assignment for Linux was because
I want individuals to decide what they want to do with their
copyrights." Many Linux copyright holders work with Conservancy on
enforcement, following Linus' directive that they should make their
own decisions about their copyrights.
— Bradley Kuhn
The file feature-removal-schedule.txt is ignored by most people
except for people that add to it. It's more of a global TODO list
for developers than being anything useful by anyone.
Add a feature removal of removing the feature-removal-schedule.txt.
— Steven Rostedt
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