Well, I for one can test it on an alpha (I'm borrowing from
[EMAIL PROTECTED]) as soon as my DSL gets installed ;-)
On Mon, 27 Aug 2001, Garance A Drosihn wrote:
> At 5:09 PM -0700 8/27/01, Darryl Okahata wrote:
> > Is there some reason why KSE couldn't be integrated
> >ASAP *AFTER* 5.0 is released?
> >[ Personally, I'd like to see it in 5.0, but, with all the qualms that
> > people seem to have, I'm curious as to why it can't be integrated
> > immediately after 5.0 is cut? This way, Julian's MFCs are reduced,
> > and it gives people more time to pound on KSE. ]
> In the interests of progress, let us assume for the moment that most
> of the qualms about KSE could be addressed by more testing of it,
> and a little more work for non-Intel platforms.
> Based on that assumption, anyone who is eager for KSE should realize
> that NOW is the time to step forward and help out with it. If we
> can get a reasonable amount of testing done in the next two or three
> weeks, then maybe we could get KSE committed for "5.0", and also
> get "5.0" released when we expected to release it.
> I think this would be the ideal outcome. If you have any energy to
> spare right now, let's put that energy towards the ideal outcome.
> But NOW is the time to help out, not in late October or November.
> I have changed the subject for this message, because I am hoping
> that a more positive subject might get a more positive result.
> Anyone who does think KSE is worth having for 5.0, should step up
> and provide Julian with the help needed to address the legitimate
> concerns which have been mentioned. Julian does not need people
> descending into a flame-war, he needs people to show up and help out.
> Garance Alistair Drosehn = [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Senior Systems Programmer or [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute or [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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