Matthew Dillon wrote:
> :
> :On Mon, 25 Feb 2002, Matthew Dillon wrote:
> :
> :>     Unless an unforseen problem arises, I am going to commit this tomorrow
> :>     and then start working on a cleanup patch.   I have decided to
> :
> :Please wait for jhb's opinion on it.  He seems to be offline again.
> :I think he has plans and maybe even code for more code in critical_enter().
> :I think we don't agree with these plans, but they are just as valid
> :as ours, and our versions undo many of his old changes.
>     I am not going to predicate my every move on permission from JHB nor 
>     do I intend to repeat the last debacle which held-up (and is still holdin
>     up) potential commits for a week and a half now.  JHB hasn't even 
>     committed *HIS* patches and I am beginning to wonder what the point is
>     when *NOTHING* goes in.  If he had code he damn well should have said
>     something on the lists two days ago.  As it is, I have invested a great
>     deal of time and effort on this patch and it is damn well going to go
>     in so I can move on.

So, your great deal of time and effort over the last week is more important
than our time and effort over the last few months?

"All of this is for nothing if we don't go to the stars" - JMS/B5

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