NFS_FSCACHE still depends on EXPERIMENTAL?
From: Christian Kujau
Date: Sat Jan 23 2010 - 16:36:01 EST
there's currently an open Ubuntu bug, with the intent to compile
NFS_FSCACHE (and possibly AFS_FSCACHE, 9P_FSCACHE) into the standard
Ubuntu kernel. However, since *_FSCACHE still depends on EXPERIMENTAL,
this won't happen.
I'd like to know if the EXPERIMENTAL tag is still needed for these
options and if so, what would be needed to remove this tag. Removing this
tag would allow Ubuntu to include these features into its kernel, possibly
allowing an even greater userbase to test these features, hopefully providing
BOFH excuse #259:
Someone's tie is caught in the printer, and if anything else gets printed, he'll be in it too.
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