HEADSUP: ibcs2 and svr4 compat headed for history

Julian Elischer julian at elischer.org
Mon Jun 28 10:45:49 PDT 2004

To some extent it can be said that Poul-Henning's proceedure worked..

It must be admitted that:
"supported" -> "HEADSUP" -> objections -> "supported"
is a legitimate and correct outcome, and certainly one of the reasons
that we do the "HEADSUP" part in the first place :-)

On Mon, 28 Jun 2004, M. Warner Losh wrote:

> In message: <40DF2607.5020409 at mac.com>
>             Chuck Swiger <cswiger at mac.com> writes:
> : In other words, I care quite a bit about how "working, supported 
> : functionality" gets transitioned to "no longer available".  I'm not happy with 
> : the notion of "supported" -> "HEADS UP" -> one week -> gone.
> It appears that this is widely used enough that it won't be removed.
> I agree that this is a too streamlined path.
> Warner
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