On Mon, 27 Aug 2001, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:

> In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Peter Wemm writes:
> >My personal check list before committing it to -current is:
> >- an honest shot at getting the Alpha working.  Shouldn't be too hard.
> >  I'll work on this if nobody else will.
> >- finish the userland build stuff.
> >- carefully reread all of the key diffs for i386/i386/*, kern/*, vm/* etc.
> >- take a look at ports impact and prepare them for the landing.
> If you add:
>  - Beat the shit out of it together with other developers for a couple of
>    weeks.
> Then I'm all for committing it when you have checked off those boxes.

I agree with this list.

> Without that last item I'm against, no matter what.
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