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Upstream first policy

Upstream first policy

Posted Jun 3, 2010 13:42 UTC (Thu) by rvfh (subscriber, #31018)
In reply to: Upstream first policy by michel
Parent article: A suspend blockers post-mortem

Indeed, the user is Google in this case, just like they use Linux in many other places. If Google starts seeing a decline in Linux quality, they will either fork or switch. And to some extend, developing wavelocks behind closed doors could be considered a kind of fork (though on a small scale).


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Upstream first policy

Posted Jun 3, 2010 14:41 UTC (Thu) by dgm (subscriber, #49227) [Link]

I bet it would be rather the opposite. If Google starts to see that Linux does not have the _functionality_ they want, they will fork or switch.

Why do you think they are _not_ using some of the BSDs?


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