The lkml FAQ is aimed at users, not developers. The bitkeeper and the
SubmittingPatches document are aimed at developers. I see a fundamental
> > If you don't want to use bitkeeper you don't need to read this
> > documentation. Just ignore it and stick with what is SubmittingPatches
> > document.
> > What's your problem?
>I am worried that a creeping takeover of the Linux hitherto-successful
>development process is in progress, that concensus on this topic has not been
>achieved, and that there is a split coming. That would not be good.
>As always, what I do is in the interest of Linux and freedom. That interest
>is not served by driving a wedge firmly between two groups of Linux
>I hope you understand that I am a *moderate* with respect to this issue.
The fact that some developers use bitkeeper has no effect on other
developers. Well ok, it means that the bk using developers can work faster
but that is not at issue here...
I don't see why there should be any kind of split or anything like that.
Everything continues as before. It's just that some developers now have a
much easier life...
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