while you two are celebrating i-don't-know what, let me remind the readers of this thread what these two geniuses said in the recent past. nix in http://lwn.net/Articles/286336/: In fact your interpretation makes no sense at all: why would people spend time coordinating to hide security holes when knowingly doing that could have no consequence other than to harm the reputation of the system they're working on? Doing that would be ridiculous. Ergo, they aren't doing that: there is no magically coordinated decision to fix security holes while hiding them by the single means of describing them differently in commit logs, no conspiracy, no bad intent. man_ls in http://lwn.net/Articles/286629/: Yes: do not hide bugs and do not hide security implications. "Do not hide" is the relevant part here. contrast that with what Linus and others said and think about who's played the fool here all this time ;).
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