Not a huge problem, since I don't think klibc itself is a stability issue.
However, as you say:
> But a lot of code that will need klibc, has not been converted to need
> it yet, due to it not being there :)
Yes. But that's not an argument that flies with me. I really want to see
people actually using it, for real issues (even if they are potentially
_small_ real issues).
I feel that people who want to work on early stuff can easily merge it
themselves (especially if they use BK), and show it to be useful. I don't
have the slightest feeling that work can't be done unless _I_ merge it.
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