|To:||Glen Turner <glen.turner@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Subject:||Re: TOE brain dump|
|From:||"David S. Miller" <davem@xxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Sun, 3 Aug 2003 22:25:54 -0700|
|References:||<20030802140444.E5798@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> <3F2BF5C7.90400@xxxxxxxxxx> <3F2C0C44.6020002@xxxxxxxxx> <20030802184901.G5798@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> <3F2CAE61.7070401@xxxxxxxxx> <3F2DBB2B.9050803@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
[ This discussion belongs on netdev, not linux-kernel. ] On Mon, 04 Aug 2003 11:17:23 +0930 Glen Turner <glen.turner@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > That's Matt Mathis's phrase. The Web100 project > <http://www.web100.org/> has a set of patches to the kernel > which go a long way to reducing the wizard gap. It would be > nice to see those patches eventually appear in the Linux > mainstream. The web100 patches aren't in the kernel because 1) they've never even been submitted and 2) they need a large cleanup. I sort of get the impression that the web100 folks actually like that their changes are not in the main sources, it keeps their work "special".
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