From: Joe Smith <>
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 2017 17:20:32 -0700

> Making Linux conform to standards and behavior that is logical seems
> like a good enough reason.

That's an awesome attitude to have when we're implementing something
new and don't have the facility already.

But when we have something already the only important consideration is
not breaking existing apps which rely on that behavior.

That is much, much, more important than standards compliance.

If users are confused, just fix the documentation.

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