On Mon, Oct 21, 2013 at 6:29 PM, Adrian Chadd <adr...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> If there are drivers that people absolutely need fixed then they should
> stand up and say "hey, I really would like X to work better!" and then
> follow it up with some encouraging incentives. Right now the NDISulator
> lets people work _around_ this by having something that kind of works for
> them but it doesn't improve our general driver / stack ecosystems.
I doubt most people prefer to use the ndisulator over a native driver.
However, many people don't have the skills, time, or money to provide
the incentives you are talking about. At this point ndisulator
provides a means to an end: working wireless and it isn't causing
significant strain on the project in terms of development effort.
Our end users are not always developers and I think removing this
feature will hurt more than it will help.
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