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[linux-lvm] Re: [repost] Announce: Linux-OpenLVM mailing list



>>>>> ">" == AJ Lewis <lewis sistina com> writes:

>> It is unfortunate that this could not have been resolved in a more
>> mature manner.  Saying "I don't like the way somebody is doing
>> something.  I won't bother to talk to them about it, I'll just
>> flame them and try to undermine their work." is not acceptable.  It
>> would have been nice if you'd actually tried to work this out
>> instead of handling it this way.

This was tried, trust me. We didn't create this list because someone
forgot to respond to a single posting. As we wrote in the announcement
there has been too many incidents: At least two people got kicked off
the old lvm list for posting comments about the latest release using
lower bits in pointers to store data. Other people have posted patches
for serious bugs like NULL pointer dereferences and the postings were
denied. Another person complained about the behavior and got no
response.

For modules included in the Linux kernel, an open development forum is
a minimum requirement.

Jes


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