At some point (perhaps immediately), some committers will have to be
able to "bite the bullet" and admit that their code will not be
appropriate for inclusion in the 3.0.0 release.
Hey Jordan, have you given any consideration to how you're going to
handle the softupdates thing for the 3.0 GENERIC kernel? I'm not
certain you even _can_ stick it in, but I'm curious if softupdates will
be one of the headlines with this new release.
I wonder how Kirk handles the licensing issue for his softupdates stuff.
A webpage where one can buy a per box license by credit card for $20 or
If you read the license, you'll note that he DOESN'T CHARGE for private
usage. No need at all for the web site you're talking about. He only
wants money from folks packaging his stuff in large numbers of products
and selling them. Seems terrifically reasonable, actually.
I know that but I meant the boxes I use for my ISP operations. That is
commercial usage. (but not packaging and selling).
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