The Open Source community is often criticised for not innovating, but
instead playing catch up. While there may be some good reasons for not
including reiserfs4, at least it seems like it's a very innovative
approach to filesystems. Also, if it is not "traditional Unix", so what?
You'll still have the other filesystems, but maybe it is time to explore
new ways of doing things?
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