>From: Craig Christophel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: "Eyal Sohya" <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: The direction linux is taking
>Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2001 01:11:15 -0500
>The aggressive nature of the list is a result of people who have all spent
>great deal of time researching kernel internals. It is much akin to a
>proposal and defense that you would see in an educational environment. It
>may not be the most comfortable thing in the world, but it gets the base
>issues resolved, because if you do not know what is going on someone WILL
>tell you. -- and then you revise and defend. think of it as an academic
>discussion forum -- where people (usually) have the right to sound off.
>There is normally no harm done, although the recent MM discussions have
>a bit heated.
>On Tuesday 18 December 2001 00:20, Eyal Sohya wrote:
> > I've watched this List and have some questions to ask
> > which i would appreciate are answered. Some might not
> > have definite answers and we might be divided on them.
> > 1. Are we satisfied with the source code control system ?
> > 2. Is there enough planning for documentation ? As another
> > poster mentioned, there are new API and we dont know about
> > them.
> > 3. There is no central bug tracking database. At least people
> > should know the status of the bugs they have found with some
> > releases.
> > 4. Aggressive nature of this mailing list itself may be a
> > turn off to many who would like to contribute.
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