> > In short: go build a better answer, and until you do it, how about
> > easing off on the "BK is evil corporate software" mantra a bit? It's
> BK *is* evil corporate software, with unique trapdoor capabilities, and
> with unique ability to take away rights from user any time it wants.
BK is made available to us at no cost; BK is saving Linus and
Marcelo a lot of work, making it possible for them to merge more
patches into the kernel.
If you only spent 10% of the energy you spent complaining on
making a bitkeeper replacement, maybe you'd realise that Larry
is making a very useful contribution.
-- Bravely reimplemented by the knights who say "NIH".
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