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Re: [SLE] Re: An etiquette for this list - a call for discussion
  • From: pthomas@xxxxxxx (Philipp Thomas)
  • Date: Sun, 2 Apr 2000 07:19:51 +0200
  • Message-id: <20000402071951.G19065@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>



* Rusty (irisinc@xxxxxxx) [20000401 20:49]:

> This discussion leads me to beleive that SOMEONE wants to be put IN
> CHARGE.

No need for shouting :) Nobody wants to be put in charge. Least of all me,
as I have a rather demanding job already and don't need a second one. And
working on improving Linux here and there, specially at a company as uniqe
as SuSE is much more rewarding than trying to be some sort of 'list police'.

> This is a good list as is; leave it alone!

Yes, it is a good list on the whole. But recent threads on this list
also showed where potential problems are and I'm trying to come up with
something that helps avoid those, thus *keeping* it the good place it is.

Philipp,
who really will go to bed soon after having hacked all night. Sigh, and the
upcoming day seems to be going to be much too nice to sleep through most of
it :-/


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#define NINODE 50 /* number of in core inodes */
#define NPROC 30 /* max number of processes */
-- Version 7 UNIX fuer PDP 11, /usr/include/sys/param.h

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