Re: [PATCH] linux: README: reduced README size by 1 byte by removing unnecessary space character

From: Markus Heiser
Date: Fri Jun 07 2019 - 13:47:42 EST

Am 07.06.19 um 07:59 schrieb Alex:
From: Aaron A Montoya <aaron.a.montoya@xxxxxxxxx>

On line 9 of the README there is an unnecessary extra space character,
after the period, that adds 1 byte of size to the file. By removing the
unnecessary space, Linux downloads will be 1 byte smaller and therefor be
faster to download and take up less space on a user's system, all while
correcting a sentence structure issue. This change is one of the few
optimizations with practically no downsides, besides taking time out
of the hardworking Linux maintainers day to implement the change.
Remove extra space after the period on line 9 of the README.
Commit 0619770a02a30834 ("Removed unnecessary space character from README")

best joke today but wrong in two ways ;)

1. size matter? The commit (-message) adds to more bytes to the repo ;)
2. Be correct formated? The extra Space is for 'sentence spacing' [1]
e.g. emacs text modes are formating such spacing.


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