> Linux rejected the code because it does not understand nor does anyone
> have the desire to learn what it does. Since it is not in the kernel
> there is no GPL issue. Upon Microsoft's adpotion of the model they will
If its your code there isnt anyway. You can license it to multiple people
in general. And why not.
> The things lost and stagnating development is that I can not do new
> features without the code. Some of the newest features in Linux like
> auto_crc_downgrade is being adopted by Intel and a future hardware IO
> access that will allow for sideways disk access will convert the software
> into hardware.
You don't play with the mainstream IDE code while you are stabilizing a release
you do it for 2.5 - sometimes things just miss deadlines.
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