HEADSUP usb2 (usb4bsd) to become default in 2 weeks.
sam at freebsd.org
Tue Dec 23 17:53:58 UTC 2008
Alfred Perlstein wrote:
> * Dag-Erling Sm??rgrav <des at des.no> [081223 07:14] wrote:
>> Alfred Perlstein <alfred at freebsd.org> writes:
>>> Dag-Erling Sm??rgrav <des at des.no> writes:
>>>> Don't you think this should be discussed first?
>>> If someone has a strong objection with some concrete issues
>>> I'm all ears.
>> You know very well that there are, and you also know very well that this
>> is too big a change to go in without discussion.
> Perhaps you can list them for me, all I've seen so far is:
> 1) Sam has code he doesn't want to port (Hans has stepped up to do so.)
> 2) Another 1 or 2 developers have code that needs porting and we're
> in discussions with them about it.
> 3) I think you were mad about whitespace or something, but like this
> case, you were not up for bringing specifics to the table.
> If you have something to add then please be more specific with your
As usual you've misconstrued my comment and ignored all the substantive
issues that have been brought up since the code was added to the tree.
The fact that you need people to list issues for you shows how out of
touch you are. It is pointless to argue issues with you yet again so I
will simply say that I have always been in favor of moving the usb code
base forward. In fact I strongly suggested you commit the new code _in
place_ of the existing code. As to my work I have said I'm not
interested in working w/ the new usb code so someone else will need to
bring in the missing functionality (same goes for all wireless
drivers). I believe that person has stepped up so this is not an issue
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