In message: <>
Paul Robinson writes:
: Except, when Matt Dillon did submit, he was told to back out his changes
: and then lost his commit bit. This was because there was an "imminent
: commit" due from somebody working on SMP, which still isn't finished
: really.

You mischaracterize the situation badly. Dillon lost his commit bit
because he didn't play well with others. The deeper technical issues
aren't as cut and dried as you make them sound. Dillon's
contributions, while interesting in their own right, wouldn't have
completed SMP. And the specific point of contention has been finished
now for at least 6 months.

_______________________________________________ mailing list
To unsubscribe, send any mail to ""