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Re: FSFS: Plan of attack

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-12 06:16:27 CEST

Greg Hudson <ghudson@MIT.EDU> writes:

> This document has the same problem as your "master patch": it's 31 pages
> long and hard to digest. We really, really need your contributions to
> this process to be concise, focused, and objective. If we're arguing
> about a particular aspect of FS abstraction and you have an opinion
> about it, we need you to give your opinion about just that one question,
> not say, "I've been working on this big document with diagrams over here
> and part of it talks about that; please go read it."

Having read Glenn's document in full in the past, I don't recall
feeling that it's size was not warranted by the scope of the problem.
And especially since we're talking changing one of the most
fundamental layers of Subversion -- the one that talk to database that
holds all your goodies -- I think all parties who claim to have an
interest in doing this abstraction Right should suck it up and go read
the document if they haven't already.

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