In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Jul
ian Elischer writes:
>I think it's better to commit it now and have it fixed in situ.
>It's new functionality so committing it with bugs will not break anyone.
>it will however get more work done on it and more testing.
>Well you are one of the main CAM peopel.. we are relying on you and
Hmm, let me try that line of logic for a moment:
I think we should have an Amdahl 6600 port of FreeBSD and
we should commit it right now. [...]
Well, you (Julian) you seem to have nothing to do.. we are
relying on you and some other random people we can think
Sounds weird, doesn't it ?
I don't know what axe you are grinding Julian, but if you are not
the one to do the work, I don't think you are in a position to
ask for "commit it now and have it fixed in situ".
Poul-Henning Kamp | UNIX since Zilog Zeus 3.20
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