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Re: [News] Linux Gets Bigger, But at the Same Time Faster

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____/ Chris Ahlstrom on Saturday 07 March 2009 16:30 : \____

> After takin' a swig o' grog, Andrew Halliwell belched out
>   this bit o' wisdom:
>> Ezekiel <there@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> I guess it's easier for you to hide behind your Reiser gloating strawman
>>> then it is to address the real issue of why Reiser-FS completely collapsed
>>> and vanished when for years we've been hearing about how projects will
>>> continue because the "community" isn't dependent on any one company or
>>> person.
>> He murdered his wife, you moron.
>> Projects only survive as long as people want to support it.
>> It got shunned, big deal. No great loss.
>> You really are incredibly dense, y'know.
> Indeed.
> And guess what?  There are a few other "new" filesystem projects out there,
> including *fs and ext4.
> These trolls are as dumb as rocks.
>    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reiser4
>    As of August 2008[update], Reiser4 development still continues without
>    Namesys. However, kernel developer Theodore Ts'o has suggested btrfs as
>    an alternative for those interested in the design ideas of Reiser4
> They're also making COLA their toilet, so they can clog it.
> Zeke is just one of the skidmarks.

Is that what Microsoft calls them now?

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