Terry Lambert <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> Other people's code has dropped by the wayside completely, and
> been lost; the SACK/TSACK work Luigi did never got integrated
> and accepted by the project, and LRP code that Peter Druschel
> and Gaurav Banga did at Rice University, which was originally
> done against FreeBSD 2.2.  For that matter, we've also lost
> out on integration of the IO-Lite code, also from Rice (both
> were a result of the ScalaServer project).  Likewise, the CMU
> work on TCP Rate Halving (admittedly, it's based on NetBSD 1.3.2,
> but that's not that significantly different from FreeBSD to matter),
> as well as their FACK/SACK implementation.

I'm getting sick of reading this.  Terry, if you want this code
integrated into FreeBSD, here's what you do: 1) Find yourself a
mentor, 2) Get a commit bit, 3) Update worthy patchsets to -current
sources, 4) Have them reviewed, 5) Commit them.

If you aren't interested in doing this, you are the sole person to be
blamed for them not being integrated into FreeBSD.

Best regards,
Mike Barcroft

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