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Kernel.org's road to recovery

Kernel.org's road to recovery

Posted Oct 11, 2011 7:36 UTC (Tue) by PaXTeam (guest, #24616)
In reply to: Kernel.org's road to recovery by vonbrand
Parent article: Kernel.org's road to recovery

> He asked not to indulge in a theater of flagging commits with useless
> (and probably misleading) comments.

no, he didn't *ask* anything. he *declared* that he does *not* want to see greppable words that'd identify a commit as fixing a security bug. no ifs and buts there. in less euphemistic words it's also called a coverup. second, if identifying security fixes was 'useless (and probably misleading)' then 1. why does he still let through such commits sometimes, 2. why does the rest world do this? something doesn't add up here if you theory holds ;).


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