:In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Matthew Dillon wri
:> That's the crux of the situation, John. I do not believe you have
:> the right to hold this work off, at least not based on any of the
:> explanations you have given so far.
:Why don't you for a change, just stop being so ego-centered and
:instead head to the page at http://www.freebsd.org/smp/ and find
Stay out of it, Poul, you have no pull with me and you know it.
What I choose to do with my time is my business, not yours.
:you have a right to bully the only person who have consistently
:chugged away at the SMPng project when practically everybody else
:(you included) defected.
This is an extreme misrepresentation of the facts. I stated very
clearly at the original Yahoo SMP summit that I would soon not be
available. I did what work I could before I became unavailable, and
then I was, SURPRISE! Unavailable for 2 years! I did not abandon
anyone. I wrote that code that is the basis for allowing us to remove
Giant from syscalls, I wrote the original idle process code including
all the hard assembly stuff. I cleaned up the pre-SMPng SPL masks (cpl
and cml). I did what I could in the time I had.
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