Use for what? I'm not clear on this concept.
> Oops. We've just split the community further, which is *completely* the
> opposite of what you wanted to achieve. I wonder what the next stage
> will be...
Now you're crying wolf. Since when has developing and trying out tools
> Like I said to you on IRC before you posted the message - you want
> to fix the problem at the root (ie, Linus) rather than your apparant
> problem with the "two communities." And how do you do that? You
> discuss it with the person concerned. (And you can see the results
> of that discussion earlier in this thread.)
Sorry, the only way I know of debating is in public. Perhaps I can
learn another way, but I'm not sure I want to.
> This way, those that want to use "a distributed source control system
> of some type" can do so, and those that want to use the GNU patch/diff
> method can also continue to, but with The Latest Tree available.
> Which has got to be an advantage for *everyone*.
> I'm sorry, I have no cares for people who have been constantly whinging
> at the users of BK who don't go out of their way to find out where the
> real problem is and attempt to fix that, rather than harp on about how
> other people shouldn't be using a non-free tool.
Please show me where I said anyone should not use Bitkeeper.
> Oh, and before anyone says that I'm another one who uses BK, yes I do
> use BK, but only as a method of getting ARM specific changes into Linus.
> Any generic kernel changes I have still go to linux-kernel, Linus and
> any relevant other people as a GNU patch. The first time these patches
> see BK is when they hit Linus' BK tree. They don't come from BK either.
> I, therefore, can claim to work in both domains in parallel.
> But no, in your eyes, I'm just another stupid BK person who's contributing
> to the downfall of Linux, and is in the "in" club.
Not at all, you're just the ARM guy. <- funny, laugh
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