Re: -nice tree [was Re: [Swsusp-devel] Re: swsusp problems [was Re: Your opinion on the merge?]]
From: Pavel Machek
Date: Fri Mar 26 2004 - 05:52:02 EST
> >> > only "non compressed" part to reach mainline for 2.6. Feature freeze
> >> > was few months ago, and "adding possibility to compress swsusp data"
> >> > does not sound like a bugfix to me...
> >> Feature freeze is always half unfrozen anyway. 2.4 just gained XFS!
> >> I'm
> > XFS probably has 10+ people working on it, full time, and it still
> > required quite a lot of pushing.
> We could push harder. Should we ask all swsusp2 users using
> compression to announce themselves on LKML? ;)
Hmm, I've one such troll announcing into my inbox, sending stuff like
below. I hope he's the only one.
Subject: Microsoft RULES!!!
To: Pavel Machek <pavel@xxxxxx>
So stop spreading nonsense about "NO COMPROMISES" and
me to Mickey$oft. Thanks.
Such a CUNT!!! Microsoft do very well engineered
software, something Linux can't sadly achive in ages
if still emply LOOSERS LIKE U.
When a Microsoft engineer see a people like u, simply
U MORON. U ARE SUCH A STUPID CUNT, NOW ALL THE LIST
KNOW ABOUT U, WE ALL LAUGHT!
> So swsusp2 does _not_ fail. You still have a usable
system instead of a
> paniced system you seem to like to accept.
If swsusp1 panics system, that's a bug. I'm not
accepting that one.
Refusing to suspend (I'd call it "fail to suspend") is
bad but is not
a bug. Do we understand each other now?
U know, I used to call u your name this days: STUPID,
IDIOT, MORON, but that's not enough.
Your last sentence related with your CRAPPY, LURID,
DANGEROUS swsusp1 qualify u as what u are.
A WORST GEEK, A LOOSER, A STUPID CUNT: U WONT EVER
ADMIT YOUR PROGRAM CRASH AND THAT IS A BUG :-((((
When do you have a heart between your knees?
[Johanka's followup: and *two* hearts?]
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