> > Taking that one step further, isn't it a developer's right to "toot their
> > own horn" in their code?
> Right. In the code. Not in the Linux boot diagnostic information.
Which is why I proposed earlier that we make it easy to shut them off.
Alan piped in with the "quiet" boot option.
-- Chuck Wolber | steward: "Are you the pilot?" System Administrator | pilot: "Yes, why?" AltaServ Corporation | steward, handing box to pilot: "Then this is for you." (425)576-1202 | pilot, looking inside box: "Oh, it's a new altimeter." ten.vresatla@wkcuhc | --Chris Kennedy
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