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Date:      Fri, 16 Apr 1999 13:41:44 -0700
From:      "David Schwartz" <>
To:        "Daniel C. Sobral" <>
Cc:        <chat@FreeBSD.ORG>
Subject:   RE: swap-related problems
Message-ID:  <000001be8849$8a1c4050$>
In-Reply-To: <>

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> Feel free to submit patches.

	It's not important enough to me. I'm more than happy to simply not
recommend FreeBSD for mission-critical processes on multi-user systems. I
don't have an agenda, so I have no incentive to do so.

	Why is it that discussions of features always degenerate into "I think
that's stupid, but if you want it, then you code it"? Is there something
really wrong with saying, "That's a good idea, but there are no resources to
code it"?

	If it really is a bad idea, what's the point in submitting patches? If it's
a good idea, why not state so, so that perhaps people will work on it.


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