I agree that the context would be interesting to see. I'll be looking it up. But just as a point of reference, David Dawes of XFree86 started getting arrogant, too. XFree86 was much better established in Linux distributions than reiserfs, and it took a couple of months for XFree86 to fade into the annals of history. (What was XFree86, Daddy?)
I was in the middle of a project to move my remaining reiserfs partitions back to ext3, for other reasons. Ext3 (data=ordered) actually seems faster to me than reiser now that htree is in, and gives a better integrity guarrantee.
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