On Ät 25-03-04 07:56:14, Michael Frank wrote:On Thu, 25 Mar 2004 00:23:38 +0100, Pavel Machek <pavel@xxxxxx> wrote:
>On Ät 25-03-04 06:46:12, Michael Frank wrote:
>>On Wed, 24 Mar 2004 11:17:04 +0100, Pavel Machek <pavel@xxxxxx> wrote:
>Yes, having -nice patch with bootsplashes, translated kernel messages,
>and swsusp eye-candy would work for me.
If a -nice _tree_ is useful, your guys just have to launch it. Gosh this
arguments about what goes into the kernel and save Linus and Andrew lots of
>Feel free to maintain it.
Busy enough with testing, actually far too busy for being on a volunteer
I am sure that better qualified and properly supported/sponsored individuals
will queue up as long as it is an _official_ -nice tree with the good
of centralizing useful non-core functions :)
I'd say that having official -anything tree is an oxymoron (is -ac
tree official? is -mm tree official?), but yes, I hope someone picks
>You see, 10 lines in printk is probably good enough reason not to
>include that patch in kernel, because its "too ugly".
Pretty does not count above, Ugly does not count here, Functionality always
Besides that patch might be in the -nice tree.
Prettyness *does* count in -linus tree. -nice tree is likely to have
>swsusp really should not have patch any code outside kernel/power.
Which is extremely ideal, but one thing at the time...
Okay, lets not please add more of outside changes (for -linus merge).