On Sun, Mar 24, 2002 at 01:59:56PM -0500, Robert Watson wrote: > The goal of DP's is to increase exposure of the development branch in some > key audiences, including the developer community, and community of early > adopters. Part of the discussion that lead up to deciding to follow > through on the DP plan was the perception that many FreeBSD non-kernel > developers are not running 5.0, and that 5.0 had a "fear" element that > didn't seem to match with reality. A part of addressing this is to > provide a window into which 4.x developers can try out 5.x with a lower > level of risk: this is why we had something that resembled a code slush, > and why when greenvm was committed during the code slush, we actually > backed it out of the DP branch (it was later also backed out of the main > development branch). We want to provide a stable and usable version of > 5.0, in as much as that is possible, to provide access to the new > features, services, APIs, etc. We want a reproduceable install that ports > developers can use to learn more about the changing 5.0 environment, among > other things.
There is nothing in the above that motivates turning off 'AJ' and INVARIANTS. Please address these two issues based on the above which I do think is what was generally agreed as the motivation for the DP. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message