jerrymc at clunix.cl.msu.edu
Fri Jan 14 11:10:27 PST 2005
> ... Much misc drivel excised.
> > > rather ridicule people that ask why than fix things.
> > >
> > > So your claim that its a "heavy-duty server" platform is tainted by the
> > > fact that in order to use the fastest server Mobos, you have to use the
> > > slower,
> > > still-under-development 5.x. Which seems counterproductive for an O/S
> > > that is trying to establish itself as a choice as a server platform.
> > Not necessarily. The interesting question hasn't been addressed yet.
> > Is 5.3 on its fastest supported chipset faster or slower than 4.10 on
> > its fastest supported chipset? I would be willing to guess that it is.
> > Then the whole thing gets down to a difference of opinion about
> > development priorities in the face of limited resources.
> > Better to expend resources on making 5.3 faster than 4.10 on all
> > chipsets or retrofit 4.10 to the new ones?
> Mr AOL Troll also likes to ignore emails refuting his chosen
> world-view (e.g. earlier emails on the topic he's trolling about
> above), so he should just be ignored since meaningful discourse isn't
> possible. It's too bad he's now choosing to be even more antisocial
> by changing his email address to avoid the procmail filters of those
> for whom his rantings have lost their amusement, although this just
> makes his behaviour more obvious to other bystanders.
Yah, sorry I responded, but sometimes it gets to be too much.
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