On Thu, 28 Jun 2001 email@example.com wrote:
> > > 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.
If they are shut off, then where's the drumming? Because if people start
making copyright printk's normal, I will make "quiet" the default.
Also, in printk's, you waste run-time memory, and you bloat up the need
for the log size. Both of which are _technical_ reasons not to do it.
Small is beuatiful.
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