On Tue, Jul 11, 2017 at 03:21:42AM +1200, Bryan Christianson wrote:
> > On 11/07/2017, at 2:49 AM, Miroslav Lichvar <mlich...@redhat.com> wrote:
> > Can you please use Oxford comma? The rest of the documentation is
> > using it (to the extend I understand it's supposed to be used).
> I had never heard of 'Oxford comma' until now :). When I went to school (a 
> long long time ago) we were taught that it is wrong to have a comma before 
> the word 'and' at the end of a list - In fact the Wikipedia entry 
> (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_comma) shows that its use is contested. 
> However, in the interest of consistent style I shall do as you ask.

Thanks. I didn't know there was such a thing either. :) Couple
releases ago, there was a big update fixing the grammar and style from
Stephen. I personally don't care much which style it is, as long as
it's consistent. When I add new text I try to keep it in British
English, but the differences I'm aware of are mostly just things like
words using s instead of z.

On Tue, Jul 11, 2017 at 11:53:35AM +1200, Bryan Christianson wrote:
> I ran the adjtime test on macOS 10.13. The skew results were surprising and 
> appear to me to be the same as what you have on FreeBSD/NetBSD. Quite 
> different from macOS 10.12 and earlier. It looks as though Apple have moved 
> the FreeBSD implementation directly into their kernel (and made a 
> signed/unsigned error at the same time).

That's interesting, but I guess it does make sense.

> I think we should stick with calling the netbsd driver from the macOS driver.

I agree, as long as they can fix the adjtime() bug. If it's not fixed,
it would probably be better to disable the fast-slewing feature in
order to avoid adjtime().

Miroslav Lichvar

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