mainlining ....

Ronnie Collinson notthinking at
Wed Mar 27 12:40:43 PDT 2013

On 28 March 2013 02:47, Raymond Jennings <shentino at> wrote:
> Personally I think mainlining will get development done *faster*
> For starters we'd get a lot more exposure to a wider testing base.

This is true, however a pretty rigid release cycle would be imposed
upon tux3 as a result. But then again local branchs will insulate
that. Doubt the testing base would be that large for some time, people
tend to be cautious of filesystems for good reasons

> On Wed, Mar 27, 2013 at 5:54 AM, Ronnie Collinson <notthinking at> wrote:
>> At this point, would mainlining, decrease development pace? If so I
>> would suggest this may not be the wisest approach in the very short
>> term, ultimately the longer mainlining is left, the more challenging
>> and less likely it will be to succeed. Guess its balancing between the
>> two.
>> On 27 March 2013 21:45, Raymond Jennings <shentino at> wrote:
>>> By the way...I tried btrfs
>>> it sucked ass and was slow as hell.
>>> Lots of stuff got stuck on endio
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